CASHCANDO
CashCanDo (Payday Loan)
        
CashCanDo.com can provide you with convenient, easy and fast payday loans. You can apply online and as soon as you are approved, your mony will be deposit straight into your bank account. A payday loan is not indented as a solution for longer financial needs and you will not be able to borrow for longer than your next payday i.e 31 days!
Location: Canada
Lender/Broker: Lender
Advantages:
1. Fast, online application form.
2. Money will be deposited right into your bank account.
3. Quick, helpful customer service
Disadvantages:
1. You can only borrow until your next payday - Max. 31 days
2. Payday loans have a much higher cost than other forms of credit
3. Intended to be a small short-term loan that is not intended as a solution for longer term financial needs.
Services:
1. You can borrow between $50 and $500.
2. You may pay early. However, the fees will be the same if you had the loan out for one (1) business day to thirty-one (31) business days

APR: 511%Loan Amount: Up to $500
Min Term: 1 dayMax Term: 31 days

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
You must be in active employment
Identification:
Must verify your employment.
Suitable:
Emergency cash needs
Restrictions:
Serving Ontario, British Columbia, and Alberta
        
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CashCanDo.com (Which Way To Pay - 8/4/2010)
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