Captain Cash Reviews and Ratings

Captain Cash

Captain Cash is committed to offering loans to Canadian consumers, regardless of their credit situation. Their fast cash loans are a particularly good option for borrowers who are currently experiencing financial issues and need access to funds as soon as possible. Captain Cash may be the solution you’ve been looking for if:

  • Need some extra cash to tide you over until payday
  • Have dealt with credit problems in the past
  • Have no established credit history
  • Need to cover the cost of an unexpected expense
  • Need financing to help make a larger than typical purchase

Captain Cash offers paperless, no credit check loans with fast approval for Canadians who are looking for extra money to help deal with a short term issue.

 

Services Offered

Conditions & Rates


  • Interest rate:
    28% – 32%
  • Amount:
    $500 – $750
  • Term:
    90 days

Eligibility & Documents


  • Who is eligible:
    Canadian citizen, 18 years or older
    Monthly income over $1200, and receive it by direct deposit or cheque from your employer
    Stable job with a minimum of 3 months or more of prior service
    Have a Canadian bank account active for a minimum of 3 months in which you get paid by direct deposit
    Not be on the brink of declaring bankruptcy or entering into a consumer proposal
    Have few or no non-sufficient funds transactions
    Have a low short term debt ratio (other active short term or payday loans)
  • What you need to provide:
    Proof of income
    Bank account screenshot

Repayment & Issuance


  • How fast can you get the money
    1 Business Day
  • Funding method
    Direct deposit
  • How does repayment work
    Weekly Payments

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