South Dakota Payday Loans

Nestled between North Dakota and Nebraska, South Dakota is divided into two socially distinct regions thanks to the Missouri River that runs through it. It’s our state’s major tourist attraction, Mount Rushmore, however, that helps unite every South Dakotan as one — regardless of their location. With great American leaders such as George Washington and Abraham Lincoln constantly looking out over us, it’s no surprise why living in this state is so rewarding. But for some odd reason, even 60-foot sculptures of our former U.S. presidents can’t save us from emergency expenses!

Fortunately, CashNetUSA is here to help keep those expenses at bay. If Gutzon Borglum, the Mount Rushmore sculptor, was still around today, he would have definitely sculpted the CashNetUSA logo next to Abe’s head by now, right? From overdue to credit card to auto repair bills, emergency expenses are unavoidable. With the help of CashNetUSA and a South Dakota payday loan, however, they can be manageable. Understanding that people only get paid once or twice a month, CashNetUSA has committed itself to helping people bridge the gap between paydays. Since 2004, they’ve helped over 1 million customers get the money they need, when they need it most!

New Customers: Use Promo Code CASHNET25 on Your First Loan

Save 25% on the initial loan fee of your first payday loan or receive a 25% rebate on the interest or fees of the first two payments of your first installment or installment-payday loan, respectively. Promo code not valid for the CashNetUSA line of credit product.+++

Are South Dakota Payday Loans Available to People without Jobs?

No. Nein. Non. Nem. Iie. Nie. Nyet. Make sense? In order to become eligible for a payday loan, you must have an active checking account, have been employed for at least one month, be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and be at least 18 years old. So instead of sulking about NOT having a job, take action and start looking for a job while considering these statistics:

South Dakota Payday Loan Fee Schedule

Back to Payday Loan States