Online Installment Loans in Wisconsin

It’s a fact of life that sometimes you need cash quickly. Your car breaks down on the way to Green Bay. Or your air conditioning stops working on the hottest day ever in Madison. No matter where you live in Wisconsin, Advance Financial can help get you the cash you need.

Advance Financial Installment Loans range from just $25 up to $1,500 in Wisconsin. Once you’re approved and receive your cash, you pay it back over several months in fixed, predictable payment amounts that align with your bi-weekly or monthly paydays. There are no prepayment penalties, so you’re always welcome to pay off your loan any time.

The application for our online Installment Loan is quick and easy. Once approved, you can access your funds the same day(for participating banks only)*. Apply now for your cash loan.

Installment Loan FAQ’s – Wisconsin Installment Loan

What do I need in or order to get an online Installment Loan in Wisconsin?

  • Photo ID
  • Proof of income
  • Open, active bank account(if you wish to fund your account electronically)

How much can I receive with an online Installment Loan in Wisconsin?

Advance Financial can approve loans ranging from $25 up to $1,500, subject to underwriting.

How long do I have before I am required to pay back my loan?

Your payments will vary depending on the amount financed and your due dates. Your due dates will be aligned with your paydays, on a bi-weekly or monthly basis.

How much does it cost?

Wisconsin rates and terms

These are examples only. Your payments will vary depending on due dates, amount financed and dates you receive income.

What type of notice does Wisconsin law require Advance Financial to provide to my spouse?

If you are married and your spouse is not a party to your application, Section 766.56(3)(b), Wis. Stats. requires that Advance Financial mail written notice to your non-applicant spouse. The notice requirement may be satisfied by sending one of the following: (1) a copy of the document evidencing your loan; (2) a copy of the credit disclosure given to you; or (3) a brief statement of the nature of the credit extended.

Advance Financial loan agreements are governed by Federal and applicable laws of the State of Wisconsin.


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