(PRWEB) June 20, 2012
CallCash.com has added a new informational article that provides insight to customers about the payday loan application process and company procedures. The “About Us” article explains how customers can locate lenders to receive a short-term, unsecured payday loan to solve their emergency money situations. Borrowers can use payday loans to pay for rent, home repairs, car repairs, and medical bills. The new article helps connect the site with customers and give them a sense of security when they apply for a loan.
“At CallCash.com we are proud to provide this in-depth information to our customers. We want them to understand of how the payday loan process works and what we do to make their borrowing experience simple and fast,” says CallCash.com spokesperson Beth Lancaster. “Our website features the latest Internet security measures, so customers do not have to worry about hackers and identity thieves gaining access to their personal and financial information.”
In addition to details about Internet security measures and the loan application process explained in the “About Us” article, CallCash.com also features other articles pertaining to emergency cash loans. The additional educational materials provide customers with information about state and federal lending regulations, loan repayment procedures, interest rates and fees, payday loan benefits, as well as our lending policies. The new article and other informational resources were created so customers could learn more about CallCash.com and payday loans before they commit to any financial obligations. Further, the research information helps us to provide better service to our customers and enhance customer relations.
Customers can apply for a payday loan on the site 24 hours a day. Once they complete the application form, customers can receive their loan for emergency cash by the next business day. The money is deposited directly into their checking account. The average loan amount is between $100 and $1,000. Further, customers do not have to submit credit information for a credit check to apply for a loan. All lenders are legally obligated by federal law to provide a written account of all interest rate and fees charged on the loan for borrowers to review prior to the signing of loan documents.
Applicants must have a steady income of at least $1,000 or more after taxes, employed for 90 days, a checking account in their own name, a valid email address, as well as a home and work phone number. To complete a loan application borrowers must be 18 years of age and a U.S. citizen or resident.