Cash 2 Go (Bad Credit Loan)
Need cash today? If you have a short term financial need; Cash 2 Go offer a quick, easy and convenient way to fix it. They don’t do credit cards or long term loans, they just do what they’re good at, payday loans. Cash 2 Go to offer instant cash loans against your next pay cheque. They specialise in making your life easier with a simple application form; an efficient process; and payments directly to your bank account. Their "5 minute" online application process makes a decision for your payday loans quickly, and sends you a loan contract that you can sign electronically so that the money can be deposited into your account on the same day. Please note:Short term loans can be expensive and may not solve your money problems. There may be cheaper borrowing options and/or other assistance available to you. For example, if you are on Government benefits, ask if you can receive an advance from Centrelink.
Lender/Broker: Lender
1. Same day cash loans
2. Bad Credit not a problem
3. No security necessary
4. Instant decision
1. Up to $1000 only
2. Over 18s only
1. Short term loans
2. Acceptable for those with Bad Credit.

APR: Ask on ApplicationLoan Amount: $250 - $1000
Min Term: 16 daysMax Term: 31 days

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
You must be 18 or over Earning a minimum of $1200 a month from employment Have your income paid into an Australian bank account Be an Australian resident.
Name, address, phone numbers, employer and income
For Emergency Cash Needs

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