When faced with a need for quick cash between paychecks, Wisconsin residents need only to click on CashLoan.org from the comfort and convenience of their home computer and apply for a cash advance loan. The process is fast, easy, and confidential. Simply fill out the application and within 90 seconds you can be approved for a cash advance loan. After the approval, it only takes about an hour for the funds to be deposited into your account. Now that’s service!
Whatever your financial emergency- an unexpected car repair, repayment of a personal debt, a gift for that surprise wedding or an unexpected financial loss - CashLoan.org is here to help. As a short-term loan, a cash advance is meant to be repaid quickly, within a couple of weeks. Other differences include the short application and approval process, and the lack of credit check.
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Wisconsin has laws on the book that specifically target the authorization of cash advance loans. State law requires payday loan lenders to adhere to the state’s Small Loan Act. Additionally, the lender must inform the consumer that a payday loan is meant to be a short-term solution for a financial emergency and should not be considered for long-term financial needs. The lender must also submit a written contract that specifically outlines all of the charges and fees The number of outstanding payday loans borrowers may have at any one time is not stipulated.
Payday advance lenders may not pursue criminal action against a borrower.
Companies may charge any interest rate and fees that the consumer is willing to pay. The lender is also allowed to charge a $15 non-sufficient funds fee for returned checks.
If you feel a payday lender is operating unfairly or engaging in illegal collection practices, you can contact your Wisconsin Attorney General:
Office of the Attorney General
114 East State Capitol
Madison, WI 53707-7857