They are Convenient, but are They Safe?

Your privacy is important not only to you, but to lenders as well.

If word got out that a particular lending agency was revealing personal information about its customers, would you still use them? Of course not. You should be able to trust your lender and your lender should be able to trust you. No information will be revealed about anyone (current customers or former), except as is required by law. In addition, access to your personal information required by employees that need it to supply goods or services to you is thoroughly restricted. There are multiple safeguards and procedures to ensure the safety of your privacy.

Application and Payment Safety

Start NowSecurity is always a concern when dealing with financial transactions online, and with good reason. When you request for a payday advance, the form and your personal information are secured with 128 bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption. In layman's terms, the information travelling between your internet browser and the particular website is unavailable to a third party. The form processing server is also completely protected.

The sum of your advance will be deposited directly into your checking or savings account on approval, and your repayment is also often taken straight from your account. You need not worry about being credited less than agreed or overcharged. Make sure that you understand exactly how much your approved balance is and the interest rate and other fees involved before you request relief. Your privacy and safety are important to lenders. But, more importantly, your privacy and safety should be carefully maintained by you. This can all vary accordingly. If you have any questions, please visit our FAQ" page.

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