If you’ve found yourself in a financial pinch and need a loan for $5000 or less consider the services of On The Go Florida Loans. On The Go Florida Loans is a consumer lender that approves 1st lien loans for consumers who own a vehicle including have the title in hand. Your vehicle is used as collateral when you apply for your loan. For many people due to credit issues their vehicle may be their only option to receiving financial assistance and if so a title loan can be of assistance.
The loan process has been simplified for consumers by visiting www.otgflorida.com to complete the online application process. On the homepage you will need to answer if you have your car title, how much you want to borrow, enter your name, phone number, email address, vehicle info, etc. Continue completing the application process and at the end you will receive a decision on your approval. It doesn’t take long to receive a response and if approved you can have your loan deposited into your account in as little as 30 minutes.
Consumers applying for a loan do not need to worry about their credit history, as long as you own your vehicle outright and have the title to it you can be approved for a loan. Other criteria needed to be approved for a loan is loan applicant must be at least 18 years old, be working and able to show a recent pay stub, and have a place of residence which includes a utility bill.
Customers can also apply for a loan by calling 1-888-895-9095 or by stopping by a loan agent’s office which can be found using the “Find Nearest Store” feature on the website homepage. Look for your city on display and click the link which will show On The Go Title offices in your area.
Loan representatives within the company will be able to make your monthly payments affordable so you can comfortably make your payments. Depending on how much you borrow you can utilize your tax refunds to help pay off your debt. Once your debt has been fully repaid you will receive your car title back. Any other questions you may have can be answered in the FAQ section of the OTG Florida website or by calling the 1-800 number.