Need Money Now Offers Rapid Approval For Financial Aid

July 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - New Zealand based Need Money Now is pleased to offer members of their community the opportunity to apply for their same-day approval financial aid program. Specializing in financial aid solutions, the company has been operating in New Zealand for several years, where, due to their excellent services, they are considered among the top financial aid providers in the country.

Need Money Now asserts that they decided to develop their same-day cash advance service in response to how often clients contact them in dire need of quick monetary aid. They state, "We had a lot of clients reaching out to us and describing how they needed to receive financial aid to pay for an unexpected bill, asking if we were able to assist them with short notice. We are glad to announce that we indeed can provide a solution for these cases, and we can review, approve, and make a deposit to solve their financial emergencies within the same day. From now on, whether our clients have been hit with an unexpected bill for their car, medical expenses, or any other unforeseen costs, we’re here to help them promptly get through their difficulties through our short term cash advance program ."

The limit to these same-day cash advances is set at $1,000, and the process for applying is rather simple. It has been designed with the client's convenience in mind. As the company notes, when their clients are looking for a same-day solution, they do not want to go through a lengthy process to collect their required documents and wait for the approval of the financial aid. Rather, they need a more expedient solution. As a result of Need Money Now’s efforts, clients will not have to fill out any paperwork, nor send any fax or physically sign any contract, as these steps can also cause prohibitively long delays. The company states that the entire process of applying for aid can be completed online.

Need Money Now explains that their clients only need to complete this online form, in which they may demonstrate they fulfill the necessary requirements to apply for the company’s services. Once it has been submitted, the company claims that the applicant will receive the money within 60 minutes of the application's approval—deposited directly into their bank account.

"It’s for these reasons our payday cash loans are perfect for any sudden emergency or unforeseen expenses you may have," notes the company, adding that they are constantly looking for ways to improve their services and offer new options for their clients. They assert, "There is a reason why we are one of the leading cash advance companies in New Zealand. We are committed to helping our clients through these difficult situations, and we strive to deliver a great customer experience."

Need Money Now has received hundreds of customer reviews, showcased over several review platforms, speaking of the excellent services offered by the company. Recently, James Charles shared his experience requesting a same-day cash advance, saying, "I want to express my gratitude towards Need Money Now for helping me when I was in a dire situation. I needed money to pay some bills from the hospital, as I was involved in an accident and suddenly had to pay a huge medical bill as a result. I had requested financial aid from the bank, as well as other institutions, but they all declined to help me. I had nearly lost all hope until I contacted Need Money Now. I applied to the same-day cash advance and it was approved within hours. I received the money directly into my bank account and was able to pay my medical bills immediately. I highly recommend this company!"

Those interested in requesting a same-day cash advance may submit their application through the form available on the company's website. Clients may also visit the website to learn more about the company’s financial services. Additionally, Need Money Now regularly publishes news and other announcements on their official Facebook page, which can be accessed 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

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