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For a New Loan: 888-227-4758call for loan

Guest Services: 855-968-2666call for loan

For a New Loan:
888-227-4758
Guest Services:
855-968-2666
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Stay at Home Loan
  • Loan from Home!
  • Only takes one call!
  • Cash deposited straight to your account!
Stay at Home Loan Walkthrough:
  • How to know if you're eligible!
  • What you need!
  • How to get your Stay at Home Loan

Stay at Home Loans at Approved Cash

What is a Stay at Home Loan

A Stay at Home loan is a very simple way for you to get cash between now and your next payday. With the Stay at Home loan, you can simply call your local Guest Center from the comfort of your couch and receive the cash you need electronically the very next day. In order to qualify for a Stay at Home Loan you must:

  1. Already have an existing Payday loan with Approved Cash
  2. Have a valid email address

Here's how the Stay at Home Loan works:

  1. Grab your laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
  2. Go to our website and type in your zip code to find your nearest Guest Center.
  3. Call your nearest Guest Center. Enter the #3 when you hear the prompt to speak to one of our employees.
  4. Request the amount that you need.
  5. Sign your contract electronically via your email.
  6. Receive the Cash you need the very next day.

Depending on how long it’s been since your last loan with Approved Cash, your Guest Center may need an updated Bank Statement and Pay Stub. Be ready to find and send these documents as needed.

*Requirements may vary slightly by state Payday transactions are cash advances to meet financial needs.  You will be required to write a check from your personal checking account as collateral to cover the full payment of this transaction.  A single payday advance is typically for two to four weeks.  However, borrowers often use these transactions over a period of months, which can be expensive.  Payday advances are not recommended as long-term financial solutions.  Depending on your state, payday transactions may also be referred to as a cash advance, delayed deposit, deferred deposit, or deferred presentment loans.  You will be required to sign an agreement that tells you the amount financed, the annual percentage rate (APR), the amount of interest and/or fees that may be charged, and the payment terms.  Database states require proof of Social Security number as part of the pre-qualification process.  This type of credit may be one of the more expensive options available to you and is meant for short-term use only.