Local Company Lends Helping Hand As Orange County Residents Struggle With Their Finances

November 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Orange County Title Loans, a financial aid provider based in Orange County, California, has announced that they have increased their efforts to make their services more accessible for the community. They seek to offer help and support to their clients in their times of need. The company maintains that supporting the community is their utmost priority, and even though the past few years have not been great for California residents, they will continue their efforts to support them with cash advances. More information is available here: https://titleloansorangecounty.org.

As Orange County Title Loans states, California residents have been experiencing a decline in their ability to live comfortably with their present wages. Many are struggling to reach the end of the month with any money left at all, having to cut on costs and avoid unnecessary expenses to pay their bills. Even those who can pay their bills comfortably often find themselves unable to save money for emergencies, making them extremely vulnerable whenever an unforeseen expense presents itself. This challenging financial situation, which affects thousands of Californians each month, has left them with no choice but to seek financial assistance through different methods, though most encounters here end in frustration and disappointment.

For some, it may be as simple as visiting their bank and applying for financial aid. For most, however, the extended financial difficulties that they are facing have also hurt their credit score. This reduces their ability to request a cash advance from banking institutions, as the latter prefer to accept only individuals who have a good credit score, leaving a majority of people unable to receive financial assistance. For those with a tarnished credit score, the only solution for their dire financial situation is to seek aid from companies such as Orange County Title Loans, who continue to support the community despite the numerous difficulties and challenges that are present.

"We endeavor to make our services accessible to everyone in need in Orange County," states a representative of Orange County Title Loans. "Most of the clients we see have already tried to request financial aid from their banks, who have failed to support them in their times of need. We offer our services regardless of a client's credit score, previous payment history, or any other thing that may discourage their banks."

The process of applying for this assistance is quite simple, as the most important requirement that any applicant needs is a vehicle title in their name. This will be used as collateral in case the applicant is not able to repay the cash advance, and the company reassures their clients that they can continue using their vehicle while they make their repayments—and regain their title once the debt is settled. Other requirements include a California Driver’s License and their vehicle’s VIN.

The company explains How Title Pawns Work Orange County and states that applicants who meet these requirements can apply for cash advances through their website, in person, or through the phone. All of these applications will be handled professionally and promptly, as the company reassures their clients that fully completed applications can be accepted a few hours after their submission. Once an application has been reviewed by one of the company's experts, who will determine if the applicant's vehicle qualifies for a cash advance, their money can be delivered in as few as two hours.

The amount approved for cash advances provided by Orange County Title Loans will depend on the model of their client's vehicle, as well as the condition it is in. The bare minimum, according to California law, is $2,500, which means that their vehicle must have equity of this amount. The company states that there is no maximum to their loans, as they have signed deals for up to $30,000, depending on the situation at hand. TLE affirms that there are no hidden fees for clients to deal with since they maintain a strict policy of transparency.

More information on the cash advance program offered by Orange County Title Loans is available on the company's website, including a thorough description of what clients may expect during the application process. Interested parties may also learn more about the company through the following link: https://www.pressadvantage.com/organization/orange-county-title-loans.

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For more information about Orange County Title Loans, contact the company here:

Orange County Title Loans
949-336-1408
15780 Gateway Cir

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