NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov 28, 2019 – Award-winning financial services and fintech company, Advance Financial, based out of Nashville has expanded its online installment loan offerings to Texas residents.
The company is offering installment loans ranging from $100 to $2,500 to meet the emergency needs of individuals. Customers can pay back in conveniently scheduled installments over a predetermined length of time and no lump-sum is needed.
Advance Financial is offering loan services in 100+ stores across Tennessee. The company is offering online loan services in 12 other states, which include Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin.
“We are excited to add Texas to the growing list of states where customers can easily access the cash they need, whenever they need it,” said Advance Financial Chief Executive and Chief Experience Officer Tina Hodges. “We’re thrilled to be working with and helping the folks in the great state of Texas.”
The loan application and approval process will entirely happen online and can be accessed anytime, anywhere. Customers can call Advance Financial 24/7/365 for any queries regarding their loan applications.
To learn more about Advance Financial’s loans and services available in your state, visit www.af247.com/services.
About Advance Financial
Founded in 1996, Advance Financial is a leading fintech company based in Nashville, Tennessee. With more than 100 stores in Tennessee and online services in 13 states, Advance Financial provides fast lending decisions on cash loans and other financial services, 24/7/365. Recent recognition includes 2019 Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies (8 straight years); A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau; Nashville’s 3rd fastest growing company (2019, Nashville Business Journal); Forbes Best Employers for New Graduates (2018); and, Indeed Top-Ranked Workplace for Compensation/Benefits (2019). Advance Financial is the second-largest family-owned company headquartered in Nashville (2019, Nashville Business Journal). For more, visit http://www.af247.com.
Original Source: Prweb