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Maximum Loan Amount – $25,000
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The third largest state in the nation, California is home to some of the country’s top tourist attractions and most beautiful locales. From Los Angeles, the film and celebrity capital of the world to Napa Valley with its rolling vineyards, the “Golden State” runs the gamut from the glitzy to the idyllic, and it should come as no surprise that its residents are as diverse as its topography. Surfers, movie stars, and techies all call this state home.
Whether you’re living in the pricy city of San Francisco or a hidden, small-town gem like quaint, historic Nevada City, a popular destination during the famous Gold Rush, you might find yourself facing unexpected expenses and past-due bills. That’s why Check Into Cash is proud to offer Title Loans for California residents who need extra cash fast.
Qualified applicants could receive up to $25,000, and your car title will serve as your collateral on the loan. Fill out the form above to see what your car is worth for a Title Loan!
If you already have a Title Loan with another company, ask Check Into Cash about paying it off. Stop by Check Into Cash today for your California Title Loan! The process is quick and easy, and you could get extra cash fast!
Loans, other than deferred deposit transactions, will be made or arranged pursuant to a Department of Business Oversight California Finance Lenders Law license. Title Loan amounts range from $2,500 to $25,000.
Title loan/pawn amount based on value of car and ability to repay.
Restrictions apply. See store for details.
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.