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CashNetUSA Launches Installment Loans in Wisconsin

Monday, June 27th, 2011

CHICAGO, Ill. — June 14, 2011. CashNetUSA, a national online short-term loan provider, recently announced the launch of their installment loan product in Wisconsin. Installment loans are longer-term loans that can often carry a higher loan amount than payday loans and are repaid gradually over a period of six or more months. With the addition of Wisconsin, CashNetUSA’s installment loan product is now available in three states, the others being South Carolina and New Mexico.

“We’re thrilled to be finally offering Wisconsin residents a product that they’ve been demanding,” says Keith Weinberger, General Manager of CashNetUSA. “This will give hardworking consumers who don’t have access to bank loans or credit cards a simple and flexible option to cover their immediate financial needs.”

Along with installment loans, CashNetUSA also offers payday loans, Credit Service Organization (CSO) loans and Lines of Credit to consumers throughout 29 states. With an A rating from the Better Business Bureau and membership in the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), CashNetUSA is committed to responsible and licensed lending and has served over 1 million customers and counting.

Launched in 2004, CashNetUSA was one of the first short-term lenders to provide cash advances and installment loans to consumers over the Internet. CashNetUSA is the flagship brand of Enova Financial, a trusted online provider of credit products and financial solutions to under-served consumers. It was acquired by Cash America International, Inc. (CSH) in 2006, which helped provide Enova Financial with the resources to expand its vision to new customers, products and geographies.

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Will the Consumer Financial Protection Agency Help or Hurt Hardworking Americans?

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

One of the cornerstones of Washington’s latest financial regulatory overhaul is the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Agency, an institution that will oversee most of the U.S. consumer finance market, including credit cards, mortgages and even payday loans. But in the end, will increased regulation help or hurt those looking for reliable credit options?

The executive director for the Consumer Rights Coalition, Gerri Guzman, explores this proposed regulation in a and discusses how it could possibly hurt or help American consumers struggling to make ends meet and find reliable, safe credit solutions.

She writes, “When making policy that will change lives, there is no room for assumptions. Lawmakers need to talk directly to real consumers and listen to their stories. Not to the ’so-called’ consumer groups who pretend to speak for the consumer, but to an actual consumer who got a payday loan when his car broke down and he had no other way to get to work. And, to a consumer who needed a payday loan to pay for an unexpected trip to the emergency room. And, to the many consumers who carefully weighed their options for short-term credit — bouncing a check, overdrawing their bank account, not paying their bills on time — and concluded that a payday loan was their best, least expensive option.”

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