A: No, we do not take applications. We connect you to a licensed title loan vendor using the details you supply via our online form.
A: While anyone is welcome to visit our site, we cannot accept title loan, payday loan, or installment loan inquires from residents of New York, West Virginia, Washington DC, or Maryland.
A: Anyone requesting title loan cash will be required to provide the licensed title loan lender that they are using with a state issued I.D. or drivers license, and proof of income, as well as having a vehicle that they own with a clear vehicle title.
A: In most states, the licensed title loan lender can provide as much as $15,000, but the amount that any individual is eligible to receive will depend on the value of the vehicle that they own.
A: Once the individual requesting a title loan has provided the requirements needed, a representative at the licensed title loan lender location will perform a quick inspection of the vehicle being used as collateral. The inspection is used as a tool to determine the value of the vehicle, which will be used as a guideline in offering a title loan cash amount.
A: In order for the licensed title loan lender to determine a vehicles worth, they will need to take into consideration the make, model, year, and condition that the vehicle is in.
A: No. There are no spending restrictions on the title loan cash received.
A: Simply complete the title loan request form to be connected to a licensed title loan lender in your area.
A: Generally, both an installment loan and a title loan require the same items for eligibility, which is a driver’s license or state issued I.D., an active checking account and proof of income, such as a paystub. The difference between the two, is an installment loan allows you to pay off a loan over a longer period of time than a title loan. The payments are scheduled and substantially equal in amount, although the last payment may vary slightly. We can connect you with licensed vendors offering installment loans in Alabama and Georgia.
A: Yes. Title loans, are also know as title pawns in the states of Georgia and Alabama. They generally operate the same and share the same requirements.
A: A payday loan is simply a cash advance on your paycheck. It is a short-term loan designed to get you from one paycheck to the next. Cash amounts range from $100 to $1,200, but the amount you are eligible for depends on the amount that you earn in a pay period.