Need Money Now Offers Fast And Easy Cash Advances Online

July 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Need Money Now, a registered financial service provider based in New Zealand, is pleased to announce that they are offering fast and easy cash advances to the residents of Christchurch and the surrounding areas. The company also states that they provide short-term, easy-to-apply cash and payday financial aid, with transparent interest rates and repayment plans.

According to the company, Need Money Now understands that members of their community may suddenly be faced with unanticipated financial needs. Due to this, the company’s main purpose is to help those who require immediate financial support. “Need Money Now offers short-term, no-fuss payday bad credit financial aid ranging from $100 to $1000. Our goal is to stand in the gap between one payday and the next by providing your urgently needed funds in the form of quick and flexible monetary relief. We can give you cash on the same day you apply so you can pay urgent one-off expenses like a car repair bill, emergency dental work, medical bills, or even if you want to take advantage of an early payment discount,” says the company.

Meanwhile, as noted on the company’s website, Need Money Now offers its customers a simple 3-step application and repayment process. Customers can use their quick online calculator to select the desired amount and repayment term, then fill-out an online application form. Once the cash request is received, the funds are transferred directly to the customer’s bank account within 60 minutes of the application being approved. Finally, the company states that they will automatically deduct repayments from the customer’s bank account depending on the agreed repayment schedule that was calculated during the initial application.

“We pride ourselves in being 100% transparent about our fees, so we lay it all out for you online, in black and white. All of our terms and conditions are clearly identified and we will never pull any punches, so you’ll never be hit with a charge that you haven’t read about. We’re not just a responsible lender but also a thoroughly transparent lender with nothing up our sleeves,” affirms the company.

Need Money Now lists certain requirements that applicants must fulfill to become eligible for their services. Borrowers must be over the age of 18, currently living in New Zealand, earning a minimum of $400 (net) per week, permanently employed, and have an active bank account with regular electronic transfer activities. In addition, the company also requires the borrower to fully complete the online application form and maintain an active email address as well as a mobile phone for text communication.

Furthermore, first-time borrowers will also be asked to provide an approved form of official identification, which includes a New Zealand driver’s license, New Zealand passport, passports issued by other countries, New Zealand Refugee Travel Document, New Zealand Emergency Travel Document, or New Zealand Firearms License. Need Money Now may also request additional supplementary identification documents such as a birth certificate, international driving permit, HANZ 18+ Card, or any New Zealand Educational Institute-issued ID.

As a responsible bad credit lender in New Zealand, Need Money Now also encourages New Zealanders to look at alternative options before taking out short-term aid through their services. The financial aid provided by the company is designed to be used in case of an emergency such as unforeseen medical bills, emergency vehicle repairs, or other unexpected costs. Moreover, they caution those who are already in debt against adding to it in this manner, and instead advise that they visit the Citizens Advice Bureau or sorted.org.nz for some sound budgeting advice.

Need Money Now is one of the most trusted financial service providers in New Zealand, based on a number of positive reviews and recommendations received online. One of their satisfied clients, Brian, said, “I wanted to say thank you to the team at Need Money Now. I can’t believe how quickly they processed my financial aid application, and how quickly I had the money. They really helped me out.”

More information can be found on the company’s website. Interested parties may also send an email or call their service hotline to inquire about their financial services. Furthermore, clients may also connect with Need Money Now through their official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/needmoneynownz/ to learn more about their latest news and important announcements.

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For more information about Need Money Now, contact the company here:

Need Money Now
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03 595 5202
https://needmoneynow.co.nz/contact/
18 Leslie Hills Dr, Riccarton, Christchurch 8011, New Zealand

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