CashBurst

Amount Term What you’ll need
“On The Go” from $100 – $1,000; “Jump Start” from $1,000 – $3,000; “Active” from $3,000 – $5,000; “Loan Plus” from $5,000 – $10,000* “On The Go’ Loans” – 1-42 days; “Jump Start” Loans – 3-9 months; “Active” Loans – 9-18 months; “Loan Plus” Loans – 12-36 months 1. You need to be at least 18 years old and a NZ citizen or resident currently living in New Zealand; 2. You need to have been permanently employed with the same employer for at least 3 months; 3. For our ‘On The Go’, ‘Jump Start’ and ‘Active’ loans, you need to be earning at least $350 a week (after tax) excluding government benefits; 4. For our ‘Loan Plus’ loans*, you need to be earning at least $800 a week (after tax) excluding government benefits; 5. Your pay needs to be credited on a regular basis into your own NZ bank account that has been open for at least 3 months; 6. You are not currently Bankrupt, under a No Asset Procedure or Summary Instalment Order; 7. You have access to the Internet and a mobile phone.

SmartCash

Amount Term What you’ll need
A payday loan needs to be affordable for you, and manageable. And, let’s face it, we want you to be able to pay us back! That’s why we will lend you up to 20% of what you are paid over the period of the loan, net after tax. So it’s easy for you to repay. SMARTCASH payday loans need to be repaid within 31 days, or by the date specified in your loan contract. 1. 18 years or older; 2. A legal New Zealand resident; 3. In continuous, permanent employment for at least 3 months; 4. Earn at least $400 weekly, after tax, from employment*; 5. Hold a New Zealand bank account; 6. Have your earnings paid directly into your bank account; 7. Have an email account; 8. Have an active mobile phone; 9. Have no other current loan(s) with another online payday lender**

Payday Loan

Amount Term What you’ll need
You can apply for a short term loan of $100 – $1000 The maximum term of a loan with us depends on how often you are paid. We allow up to 6 weekly repayments, 3 fortnightly repayments, or 1 monthly repayment 1. You need to be at least 18 years old and a NZ citizen or resident currently living in New Zealand; 2. You need to have been permanently employed with the same employer for at least 3 months; 3. You need to be earning at least $350 a week (after tax) excluding government benefits; 4. Your pay needs to be credited on a regular basis into your own NZ bank account that has been open for at least 3 months; 5. You are not currently Bankrupt, under a No Asset Procedure or Summary Instalment Order; 6. You have access to the Internet and a mobile phone

Moola Loans

AmountTermWhat you’ll need
1. Borrow $100 to $5000; 2. Customers receive for the first time a maximum loan amount of $ 500; 3. While the second time customers receive up to $ 1,000 if the loan amount is available.From 2 to 368 days1. You must also be over 18 2. New Zealand citizen or resident 3. Not be bankrupt 4. Be in ongoing employment (we can’t lend to self-employed or beneficiaries) 5. Have an active bank account your pay goes into on regular paydays 6. Access to a device with internet connection 7. Your own active email address 8. Must own an active cell phone 9. Complete online application 10. Pass our employer checks

Save My Bacon

AmountTermWhat you’ll need
1. Mini – $100 to $600 2. KickStart – $1,000 to $3,000 3. Coming Soon – $5,000 to $20,0001. Mini loans range in term from 2 to 43 days 2. KickStart loans range in term from 3 to 14 months1. You need to be a New Zealand citizen, permanent resident or possess a valid work visa; 2. You need to be at least 18 years of age; 3. You need an active bank account (for at least one pay cycle); 4. You need to be employed and your income must be electronically transferred into your bank account on a regular basis; 5. Your net income needs to meet the minimum requirement of $400 per week; 6. You need a valid email account; 7. You need an active mobile phone; 8. You need verifiable identification

Payday Advance

AmountTermWhat you’ll need
1. “Need A Lift” from $100 – $1,000; 2. “Going Places” from $1,000 – $3,000; 3. “In Motion” from $3,000 – $5,000; 4. “Moving Forward” from $5,000 – $10,000*1. “Need A Lift” – over a term of 1-42 days; 2. “Going Places” – over a term of 3-9 months; 3. “In Motion” over a term of 9-18 months; 4. “Moving Forward” over a term of 12-36 months1. You need to be at least 18 years old and a NZ citizen or resident currently living in New Zealand; 2. You need to have been permanently employed with the same employer for at least 3 months; 3. For our ‘Need A Lift’, ‘Going Places’ & ‘In Motion’ loans, you need to be earning at least $350 a week (after tax) excluding government benefits; 4. For our ‘Moving Forward’ loans, you need to be earning at least $800 a week (after tax) excluding government benefits – only available to eligible Returning clients; 5. Your pay needs to be credited on a regular basis into your own NZ bank account that has been open for at least 3 months; 6. You are not currently Bankrupt, under a No Asset Procedure or Summary Instalment Order; 7. You have access to the Internet and a mobile phone

CashTillPayday

Amount Term What you’ll need
1. “Restart” from $100 – $1,000; 2. “Rise-Up” from $1,000 – $3,000; 3. “Fast Track” from $3,000 – $5,000; 4. “Forge Ahead” from $5,000 – $10,000* 1. “Restart” Loans = Up to 6 weekly repayments, 3 fortnightly repayments, or 1 monthly repayment; 2. “Rise-Up” Loans = Up to 36 weekly repayments, 18 fortnightly repayments, or 9 monthly repayments; 3. “Fast Track” Loans = Up to 72 weekly repayments, 36 fortnightly repayments, or 18 monthly repayments; 4. “Forge Ahead” Loans* = Up to 156 weekly repayments, 78 fortnightly repayments, or 36 monthly repayments 1. You need to be at least 18 years old and a NZ citizen or resident currently living in New Zealand; 2. You need to have been permanently employed with the same employer for at least 3 months; 3. For our ‘Restart’, ‘Rise-Up’ and ‘Fast Track’ loans, you need to be earning at least $350 a week (after tax) excluding government benefits; 4. For our ‘Forge Ahead’ loans*, you need to be earning at least $800 a week (after tax) excluding government benefits; 5. Your pay needs to be credited on a regular basis into your own NZ bank account that has been open for at least 3 months; 6. You are not currently Bankrupt, under a No Asset Procedure or Summary Instalment Order; 7. You have access to the Internet and a mobile phone.

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