No Faxing Cash Advance
by Patrick Austin
- Are you in dire need of funds?
- Have to pay a bill, but don’t get your paycheck for another week?
- Need to help a family member or friend immediately?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should seriously consider getting a no faxing cash advance.
A no faxing cash advance provides you with emergency cash when you need it most ... usually between paydays. Once you provide the appropriate information, you will receive the money you need by the next business day, and some companies can even get you cash the same day to apply for it.
Here are some of the standard requirements for a no faxing cash advance:
- Currently have a job (or receive regular income)
- Make at least one thousand dollars per month
- Are eighteen years of age or older and a U.S. citizen
- Have a checking account
If you don’t have these requirements, then getting a no faxing cash advance will be more difficult, but not impossible. You can still apply for the cash advance and there’s a possibility the company you’re dealing with can overlook a few details and still provide you with funds. It all depends on the company and you.
I bet you’re wondering, how much money can I get from a no faxing cash advance? Well, that all depends on your individual circumstance. If you make more than a thousand dollars a month than you will be able to get more money than a person making a smaller amount. The industry standard for a no faxing cash advance is usually in the neighborhood of five hundred dollars.
As the name states (no faxing cash advance), you can get your money without having to fax any information. This is extremely convenient since many people don’t have a fax machine at their disposal. And even if you have a fax machine, figuring out how to work them can be extremely difficult.
The next question on your mind is probably—how much will a no faxing cash advance cost me? Well, you need to remember that a no faxing cash advance is designed for emergency situations when you are short of cash and need money quickly. Family emergencies, unexpected car repairs, overdrafts, telephone reconnection and deposits are just some of the urgent cash needs people have to deal with.
The fee you pay for a no faxing cash advance is usually less than the cost of not having the cash you need when you need it - overdraft fees, bounced check charges, taxes, even losing your job because you can't get to work all will cost you much, much more. The actual fee you have to pay for a no faxing cash advance is determined by the information you provide on your loan application and your individual circumstances. Usually, you will need to repay the loan once you receive your next paycheck.
Mr. Austin is a freelance journalist for Pulse MEDIA International. He also covers sports and health for a number of web sites including RealGM.com, Hoopsworld.com, and Fanstop.com, and entertainment and sports for Vainquer magazine.