Have you ever found yourself in a pinch because of an unexpected expense? Was it important to you to get needed funds in a timely manner?
Sometimes when you’re faced with an emergency expense, it can be a hassle to go through an extensive application process to request funds. Thankfully, with a line of credit from CashNetUSA, you only need to apply once. If approved, you’ll receive a credit limit. You can then borrow as much as you want, as often as you want — up to your available credit limit (minimum withdrawal amount of $50).
One of the unique benefits of a CashNetUSA line of credit is that, if approved, you don’t have to apply again when you request funds. Combined with the flexibility of withdrawal amounts, these features make a line of credit CashNetUSA’s most flexible product.
CashNetUSA’s application is quick and simple, and best of all it’s online. That means wherever you are in Idaho — from larger towns like Boise, Nampa and Meridian to the smallest towns in the state — you’ll be able to apply from the comfort of home.
Being faced with an emergency expense is a stressful experience — whether you’re in Idaho or anywhere else. What’s worse is when you don’t have anywhere to turn for assistance. Thankfully, CashNetUSA has tried to make the experience of applying for a line of credit as stress-free and convenient as possible. If approved, you could be on your way out of a money mess as soon as the next business day.*
CashNetUSA has some great features that help us stand apart from the competition. Our customer support is available 24/7 so that you can get needed assistance at any time. If approved, you can receive funds as soon as the next business day,* and you don’t need perfect credit to apply.†
Unfortunately, CashNetUSA can not fund you if you're unemployed. To obtain a line of credit, an active checking account is required and you must be employed for at least one month. Requirements also include being a U.S. citizen and being at least 18 years of age. If you’re without a job, consider these tips when job-hunting:
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