Check Into Cash Named Best Overall Payday Lender In USA

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Check Into Cash announced Tuesday it has been named “Best Overall Payday Lender” by Top 10 Reviews for 2018, scoring 9.3/10 on the respected consumer site’s rating system.

Check Into Cash is the longest standing payday lender in the industry and currently operates almost 900 stores in 32 states across the country.

Since the company’s inception in 1993, Check Into Cash has branched out to include a variety of financial services under their umbrella, earning the title in their slogan — Your One Stop Money Shop, said officials. 

 


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Business

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Breaking News

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Opinion

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