Need Money Now Offers Quick Cash Advance Solutions In New Zealand

July 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Need Money Now, a leading cash advance company in New Zealand, is now offering quick cash advance services for their clients’ convenience. The company has been providing financial solutions to local communities for several years, and have earned a reputation for being a reliable cash advance company thanks to the priority they place on operational transparency.

The company explains that, even though one of the most common factors which lead an individual to request a cash advance is the urgency of their situation, the approval process undertaken by banking entities and other institutions often takes too long to be helpful. Need Money Now, however, offers a fast cash advance solution to aid their clients during these troubling periods, when they cannot wait for too long without any guarantees that the financial aid sought through more traditional means will be approved.

Need Money Now offers fast cash advance solutions, ranging from $100 to $500 for the first instance, and increasing up to $1000 for subsequent requests. The company says, "This allows our clients to receive the help they desperately need, promptly. There is no paperwork required to complete this process, and our clients can complete it online, whenever they want. Our applications are open 24/7; therefore, our clients can apply at any time of the day, and they would only have to wait for us to get back in touch with the result of the application. Ours is one of the most customer-friendly experiences, given that it is a quick process from start to finish and allows our clients to receive a direct deposit within an hour following the application’s approval."

Furthermore, Need Money Now takes pride in maintaining one of the most transparent services in the industry, displaying all of the details of the payment terms for their customers prior to them making any commitments. The company states there will not be any hidden fees, or extra payments, as they will abide by the terms of the initial contract until the customer finishes repaying their cash advance.

"We take pride in being responsible providers of financial assistance, which means we will tell our customers all of the costs associated with the cash advance clearly and upfront," affirms the company. They add, "We will make sure that our client understands how the terms of the payment work, and how it will be deducted each cycle, keeping it clear and concise. Only then will we proceed forward, though the customer is under no obligation to proceed if they do not want to."

Policies such as these differentiate Need Money Now from other financial aid companies in the industry, as their peers tend to hide fees and costs from their customers until the agreement has already been signed. Need Money Now displays the relevant interest rates up front, along with the various payment cycle options and fees, which effectively means their clients always know the exact amount that is due each installment before they agree to any conditions.

Need Money Now has frequently received glowing praise from hundreds of clients. Daniel Forges, one of their most recent clients, says, "When I reached out to Need Money Now, I was in desperate need of a financial solution. The car which I use for transport to work broke down, and I did not have any savings left to fix it. They contacted me soon after I sent my application to let me know the details of the agreement, asking whether or not I wanted to proceed. It was a fair agreement, and they did not try to take advantage of my situation, which was one of my biggest concerns. I highly recommend this company! Great service."

Those in need of a quick cash advance from Need Money Now may visit their website, where an online form must be completed and submitted to apply. Similarly, they may visit the website for more information on the company’s services, or simply to read more testimonials from past clients. Interested parties may also connect with the company through their official Facebook page, available through the following link:


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

ReleaseID: 60029513

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