Texas Payday Loans up to $3,000

At Speedy Cash, we understand that cash emergencies come up when you least expect them. Texas payday loans - also known as cash advance loans - are designed to give you the quick cash you need in emergency situations. Speedy Cash is committed to making your loan experience as easy, fast and friendly as possible.

How Do Texas Payday Loans Work?

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Why Choose Speedy Cash?

When you need a cash advance loan, we understand that you may not have a lot of time. Here are just a few advantages you can expect to experience when you choose Speedy Cash.

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Texas Payday Loan Questions

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A: With a payday loan, you could receive up to $3,000 in stores or up to $1,500 online.

A: A traditional payday loan is typically paid back in full on your next pay day. However, Texas payday loans differ from a traditional payday loan in that you can take several months to pay back your loan. In the State of Texas, payday lenders do not directly fund your loan and the actual lender is an unaffiliated third party. Speedy Cash still services your loan from application to repayment, and can answer any questions you may have about your loan, but we do not fund the loan. Speedy Cash assists consumers in applying for a cash advance from an unaffiliated Third Party Lender.

A: In Texas, Speedy Cash is a Credit Access Business - or CAB. Because of this arrangement CAB fees are charged to the borrower. Payment of the periodic CAB fees keep your loan in good standing.

A: CAB fees vary based on where you choose to apply for your loan and how much money you borrow. For additional details, our Texas payday loan rates and terms. In addition to the CAB fees, you will also be charged lender interest of 10%. This interest will be due on your loan due date along with your loan principal and final CAB fee; while periodic CAB fees will need to be paid throughout the duration of your loan to keep your account in good standing.

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