CHECK N GO REVIEW

  • Founded in 1994, CheckNGo has been operating for over 16 years and as such is one of the country’s oldest and most reputable payday loan company lenders.
  • They are a USA based direct lender and are state licensed.
  • They have a 24/7 customer support telephone line as well as a live chat facility weekdays to 8pm EST.
  • They do run a faxless payday loans approval process if your current residence, employment situation and bank information can be verified. If not they may require you to submit a recent paystub, bank statement and in some cases proof of identity.
  • Credit checks are not carried out prior to approving a payday loan.
  • A real value add is that they offer the option of reporting the timely repayment of a payday loan to an alternate credit bureau called the PRBC. This could help you in rebuilding a credit score if you have had credit problems in the past.
  • Funds are deposited directly into you account by the next business day.
  • Unlike some lenders, Check N Go does not offer concessions or discounts for first-time applications.
  • They boast a Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating of ‘A’ and are members of the Community Financial Services Association (CFSA).
  • The CheckNGo.com online application process is secure, intuitive and very easy to use.

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2 Comments on “Check N Go Review”

  1. Dale Rogers12/07/02 12:54

    I am truly disgusted by how Ms. Evan treated me when I called in to correct a duplicate payment issue after waiting the whole weekend with over $300 dollars missing from my account. She was nasty and rude and there are too many competitors out there to subject oneself to this type of treatment. Someone please train her as it would prove wise for the overall business.

    • Nirupa12/10/17 02:55

      Of course they canThey exndeetd you credit and you didn’t repay them according to the contract (it’s like 5 or 6 pages that you have to sign to take out these loans, lots of small print that informs you they can report you if you do not pay) Depends on what the class action suit is about. The thing is, by the time the class action suit is ironed out, it would either be off your report (aged off) or you will be sued by them or the collection agency they sell your debt to, so it won’t matter.

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