Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) March 03, 2017
TFC Title Loans a trusted title loan lender that has been assisting customers in financial need since 1994, is proud to announce their brand-new addition of automatic bill pay to their website.
Since TFC Title Loans first opened their doors in 1994, they have been working hard to improve their business model in any way they can so as to improve the experience for their customers, who have always been TFC Title Loan’s number one priority. They hope to make the repayment process as simple and convenient as possible which is the reason why they have recently added an online automatic bill pay option for customers making their monthly loan payments!
This new option for making payments on customers’ title loans will be an addition to the numerous other convenient options TFC Title Loans already has in place for paying down title loans including mail-in payments, over-the-phone payments, in-person payments, payment at a local MoneyGram, and payment via Western Union.
And, as of now, customers can make payments via ACH. As of recently, all of TFC Title Loans’ customers will be able to make payments through ACH via the phone with a representative or make a one-time payment as a guest online or enroll to be able to continue making regular/automatic payments online. Customers simply visit TFC Title Loan’s main website and click on My Account to make a guest payment or enroll for automatic withdrawals.
TFC Title Loans is confident that this addition will make the repayment process significantly more convenient for all of their loyal customers.
About TFC Title Loans:
TFC Title Loans was founded in 1994, making it California’s oldest and most established title loan lender. Headquartered in downtown Los Angeles, TFC is a licensed lender that provides loans to residents all throughout California, New Mexico, and Arizona. With extensive experience in the title loan industry, TFC Title Loans continues to be passionate about helping those in financial need obtain the assistance necessary to get them back on their feet.