*In some circumstances we may have additional
requirements to complete your loan application. Some states require us
to collect certain documents, such as pay stubs, bank statements, social
security cards, etc. Requirements vary by state.
It is that easy! *The funding process typically occurs within 24
hours or the next business day after receiving a loan approval. Loan
requests processed before 7:00PM EST during non-holiday business days are
usually funded the next business day. For example, a customer who’s loan
request is received Monday before 7:00PM EST that is verified and approved
by Check Into Cash, will typically receive the loan proceeds on Tuesday
(if Tuesday is not a holiday).
requirements vary by state. Some states require additional documentation,
such as a bank statement, pay stub, social security card or state issued
photo identification. A detailed description of terms by state can be
found on our Rates & Terms page.
Getting a payday advance has never been easier. Even if
you’ve had credit challenges or bad credit in the past. To receive your
payday advance in one of over 1,000 centers nationwide, you’ll simply:
Check Into Cash will hold that check until
your next due date. At that time, you can come in and pay off the payday
advance in person. Come into one of our convenient cash advance stores to
apply. If for any reason you change your mind about your payday
loan or cash advance, you typically have up until the close of business
the following business day to rescind your payday loan transaction by
returning the cash in full, at absolutely no additional cost to you. So
the next time an unplanned expense comes up, remember, a payday advance
from a trusted lender like Check Into Cash can give you the cash you need.
It’s as easy as one, two, three…and it’s QUICK, EASY & CONFIDENTIAL®.
Check Into Cash offers title
loans or title pawns in the following states, and plan to add more
states in the coming months. In Texas and Ohio, Check Into Cash is not
the actual lender.
Check Into Cash offers installment loans in the following states, and plan to add more states in the coming months.