Cash Finance (Bad Credit Loan)
Cash Finance loan is a fast and convenient way to get things you want. You can apply easily online and your loan can be approved in 1 hour. You can apply even if you have bad credit, however, you will need to own a motor vehicle trade-in values over $3,000 or own a property mortgages under 75%.
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Lender
1. Approval only takes 1 hour.
2. Extra repayments can be made at any time.
3. Early pay-off enables you to save interest payment & no penalties.
4. Get pre-approval online in 30 seconds.
5. After submission, your should receive an answer usually within 15 minutes by phone or email.
6. Friendly client care.
7. Cash Finance has no hidden fees and charges.
1. You will need to either own a Motor Vehicle trade-in valued over $3,000 OR own a Property mortgaged under 75%.
2. Money will be deposited to your account after quick final assessment.
3. The interest rate varies from case to case, usually between 2.9% - 4% per month
1. Repayment direct deducted from nominated bank account.
2. Provide a few documents and fill-in a 4 steps application form.

APR: Ask on applicationLoan Amount: $1,000 - $9,000
Min Term: 1 monthMax Term: 12 months

Secured Loan: YesUnsecured Loan: No

Terms and Conditions:
Own a Motor Vehicle trade-in valued over 1,000 or own a propetry mortgaged under 75%.
Driver license or Passport, proof of income and proof of assets.
Flexible repayments
To maximise the approval rate, it is often suggested to apply with a person who has good credit.

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