GIVE ME A PAYDAY ADVANCE
Payday advances for financial emergencies and when bills snowball
Payday loans (cash till payday) are small short-term loans that have outgrown their original ‘same day payday loans’ meaning of necessarily being linked to a borrower’s payday. From time to time an unexpected cost materialises well before your next payday (often with a weekend in between) and Alternate Finance, a trusted Christchurch lender, prides itself on being one of the best companies to deal with because we always aim for fairness and transparency along with easy and fast loan processes for our customers.
Payday Advance Loan Requirements
Alternate Finance understands the frustrating and limiting nature of being tagged with a ‘bad credit’ status, often a difficult label to put behind you. Therefore we do our best to gain the full picture of your circumstances (everyone’s situation is unique) followed by a fair assessment and decision because no credit check alone has the benefit of human analysis and consideration. In making an application through us, nothing is guaranteed, but we always work hard on your behalf where we can for the best possible outcome.
Typical Payday Loan Scenarios
There are a number of reasons that you may need a direct lender payday advance from Alternate Finance:
- Seasonal holidays
- Avoiding friction of family borrowing
- Larger-than-usual bills
- Medical emergencies
- Unexpected debt
Incurring surprise costs such as these can be disruptive to your normal financial planning and schedule. Quick cash advances can be an effective short term solution in such an emergency. Make an application with Alternate Finance and we’ll aim to get back to you within the hour during our normal trading hours. For any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.
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