Need Money Now Offers Easy Cash Advances To New Zealand Residents

July 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - New Zealand based Need Money Now is pleased to offer cash advances with a hassle-free process, catered towards full-time employed individuals seeking financial aid. Due to the company’s excellent services, they are one of the most well regarded financial aid providers in New Zealand, known for the transparency of their procedures and fast approvals.

The company notes, "Unforeseen expenses between one paycheck and the next can put someone in a difficult situation. Requesting financial aid from the bank is, unfortunately, not the best option, as the approval process takes a long time and you are not guaranteed to receive anything. The long waiting process, along with the uncertainty, is what often leads people to seek aid from a third party. We at Need Money Now have developed a customer-friendly procedure where they can request a cash advance and have it approved as soon as an hour after the initial application, allowing them to promptly get out of their difficult situation."

The company explains that there are a few criteria that an individual must meet to be eligible for their cash advance services. These criteria include receiving a minimum income of $400 per week from ongoing employment (not including any income from self-employment, pension, or disability benefits). Applicants must also be over 18 years old, reside in New Zealand, and possess a bank account that has been active for at least one payment cycle.

At their discretion, the limit for the company’s cash advances ranges from $100 to $500, depending on the applicant in question. After completing the payment for at least one cash advance, the limit for a client may be raised depending on the situation—and it may keep increasing as they further build their reputation with the company.

Need Money Now remarks that one of the most crucial parts of their cash advances is the fact that individuals do not need to have a perfect credit score to request the company’s financial aid, and they may even do so if they currently have bad credit. The company asserts, "Having to deal with all of the paperwork to request monetary aid from a bank or other institution can take a long time—A time that you may not have since you are already in an emergency which led you to request the cash advance in the first place. By simplifying the process, and easing the approvals, our clients can receive the financial aid they need, deposited directly into their bank account within hours of the application being made."

The entire process is handled online, meaning applicants do not have to physically sign or fax any paperwork, and can instead complete every step leading to the approval from the convenience of their homes. Furthermore, clients may also securely save their documentation for further applications, which effectively allows them to streamline any future applications they may make.

The cash advance applications are available 24/7, meaning that individuals may apply and receive a prompt response with a solution for their financial emergency, regardless of the time of the day. The company states, "Emergencies are often impossible to foresee, and pressing in time. We have made sure that our application process is available at all times to allow our clients to receive the help they desperately require as soon as possible."

Through their website, Need Money Now showcases one of their most recent customer reviews, written by Brian Brydnwr, who says, “I just wanted to email and say thank you to the team at Need Money Now. I can’t believe how quickly they processed my application, and how quickly I had the money. They have helped me out greatly during these difficult times, and I truly recommend them.”

Those interested in requesting quick and easy financial aid may apply through the form available on the company's website. The website is also a resource of information regarding the company’s financial aid services. Furthermore, Need Money Now encourages clients to follow the company on their official Facebook page, at, so they may stay up to date with the company’s latest news and announcements.


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

Need Money Now
03 595 5202
18 Leslie Hills Dr, Riccarton, Christchurch 8011, New Zealand

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