CASHFIRST
Cashfirst (Bad Credit Loan)
        
Cashfirst can provide you with an unsecured loan, between $1,000 - $5,000, to help you when you have emergency cash needs. They provide flexible terms and set realistic repayments that suit your budget. They are underwritten by one of Australia’s leading companies, Thorn Australia Pty Ltd.
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Lender
Advantages:
1. Apply online
2. Borrow between $1,000 - $5,000
3. Excellent customer service.
4. On approval, money loans are deposited into your nominated bank account within 24 hours and usually within 12 hours of receipt of approved loan documentation.
Disadvantages:
1. You have to sign your Cashfirst loan contract in person at a local Radio Rentals store
2. There is a one off loan application fee of $45.
Services:
1. Cashfirst will allow you to redraw at any time
2. You can pay out your Cashfirst money loan earlier than the agreed terms with an administration fee charged.

APR: 36% - 40%Loan Amount: $1,000 to $5,000
Min Term: 18 monthsMax Term: 36 months

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
You must be in full time employment and have the ability to make regularly scheduled repayments.
Identification:
Sign your Cashfirst loan contract in person
Suitable:
Emergency cash needs
Restrictions:
1. You must be in full time employment.
2. You must have the ability to make regularly scheduled repayments.
        

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