PAYDAY GOLD
Payday Gold (Payday Loan)
        
Payday Gold provides payday loans up to $1,500. You can easily apply online and as soon as you are approved, cash will be deposited directly into your bank account. Your loan will need to be repayable on your next payday up to 15 days away. Payday Gold loans are especially useful for those with poor credit or those who do not wish to undertake a formal and lengthy loan agreement with a bank.
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Broker
Advantages:
1. Simple Online Application
2. Funds Wired in 24 Hours
3. Instant Approval
4. No Hidden Fees
5. No Credit Checks
6. Improve Your Credit Score
Disadvantages:
1. Our trusted lender will charge a flat fee of $29.98 for each $100 you borrow.
Services:
1. Payday Loans
2. Online application.
3. Automated reminder email two days prior to their repayment date.

APR: 2096.46%Loan Amount: $100-$1500
Min Term: 7 DaysMax Term: 15 days

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
You must be 18 years old, live in Australia, be regularly employed and have a current and valid account
Identification:
Personal, employment, contact and bank information
Suitable:
For occasional, urgent and short-term cash needs
Restrictions:
1. You must be 18 years of age
2. You must live in Australia
3. You must be regularly employed
4. You must have a current & valid account
        
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