PAYDAY MATE
Payday Mate (Payday Loan)
        
A payday loan is a small, short-term loan that is intended to cover a borrower's expenses until his or her next payday. With Paydaymate.com.au there is a High Acceptance Rate and you could get up to $1500! You can borrow up to $300 for your first loan. There is no better solution to your urgent financial needs. PaydayMate.com.au is the leader in providing simple, straightforward and reliable payday loans. They maintain the highest standard in responsible lending practices. Receiving a loan with PaydayMate.com.au is easy and convenient. They are upfront about the cost of our cash advances and there are no hidden fees. Apply today.
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Lender
Advantages:
1. PaydayMate.com.au has most competitive pricing and is upfront about its fees and everything associated with getting the money to you and how to pay it back. Money can be received the same day.
2. At PaydayMate.com.au we take the utmost pride in ensuring your information is always keptconfidential. PaydayMate.com.auhas customer service representatives available to answer any questions or concerns throughout the entire loan process.
3. Quick turnaround period.
Disadvantages:
1. You must be at least 18 years of age or older
2. Cannot issue a new loan unless your current loan is paid in full
Services:
The highest standard in responsible lending practices

APR: Ask on applicationLoan Amount: Up to $1,500
Min Term: 7 daysMax Term: 15 days

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
Borrow $100 and return $129.98 in 15 days.
Identification:
Identification necessary
Suitable:
For those looking for a Payday Loan.
Restrictions:
Payday Mate do not accept the following sources of income:
 
1. Disability
2. Pension
3. Self Employed
4. Unemployed
5. Social Security
6. Temp Agency
 
They also reject the following states:
 
1. ACT
2. Western Australia.
3. New South Wales (NSW)
        

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