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Does CashNetUSA Offer $2,000 Loans?

The short answer to that question is, “it depends.”

Although it may be possible for new customers to get a loan of greater than $1,000, the majority of our new customers are eligible for smaller amounts.

If you are approved, the loan amount you qualify for depends on your individual circumstances and the laws of your state of residence.

If you’re interested in learning how much you might be able to borrow, the first thing you should do is check our Rates & Terms page. There, you’ll learn your state’s rules for how much you can borrow and for how long.

What Kind of Loan Is a $1,500 – $2,000 Loan From CashNetUSA?

While our payday loan amounts almost never exceed $500 — and are designed for people looking for short-terms loans of less than $500 — CashNetUSA offers two products that could potentially allow you to borrow $1,500 – $2,000:


Installment Loan

A loan that is repaid over a series of payment dates, with a piece of the original loan amount plus interest paid in each payment.


Line of Credit

A product offering varying credit limits depending on your state of residence (and other factors). It may allow you to borrow more than $1,000 and even up to $2,000 (in some cases) on a revolving basis.

How Do I Apply for a Loan From CashNetUSA?

If you decide that you do want an online loan from CashNetUSA, the next step is to apply.

Our easy loan application process allows you to apply for and receive funds from anywhere you have an internet connection.

All you have to do is give us some basic pieces of information like your name, address, income and employer. We’ll use this information to evaluate your application with our custom alternative credit check process.

In many cases, we’ll get back to you with an immediate eligibility decision.* If you’re approved, you could have your money as soon as the next business day!

If you have any questions, please see our Rates & Terms page or contact our U.S.-based customer support team.