Financial Aid Lenders Assist People In Emergencies

January 28, 2020
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California based The Net Lender (TNL) is encouraging people to consider all the options at their disposal if they find themselves in financial trouble. They observe that emergencies have the unfortunate effect of sending people into debt, so they strive to increase awareness of services that can help.

The average American household has an average of $8,863 in an account at a bank or credit union, according to a recent report from Bankrate. This figure varies with age and whether or not the household has any children, but one fact remains the same across all age brackets: most families do not have enough cash stowed away for emergencies. “Here’s the thing with emergency money: More is always better,” David Bach, bestselling author and co-founder of AE Wealth Management, said to CNBC. “You hear it all the time, experts say you should have three months of expenses set aside. Well, it depends. In the recession, when people lost their jobs, three months of expenses set aside wasn’t enough.”

In order to truly be secure, one should have at least eight months’ expenses worth stowed away. This is not entirely practical for the vast majority of Americans, however, especially with the current economic climate. Up to 60% of millennials don’t have enough money to cover a $1000 emergency, and they are not the only group to live right on the edge of financial ruin. People in such situations need not worry about the possibility of a financial emergency, however, as financial aid providers like The Net Lender are always available to help their clients endure financial emergencies. Learn more here: Get a title loan.

Sometimes, one may find themselves in an emergency, and this can be a very stressful time for them as well as their family. Traditional sources of financial aid are generally a lot more difficult to get any amount of cash from, especially for people in difficult financial situations (as they often have bad credit, which banks and other institutions often view as a disqualifying factor). The Net Lender is always available to help by offering financial aid using the client’s vehicle as collateral.

TNL accepts all kinds of vehicle titles as collateral, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, recreational vehicles, jet-skis and even boats. One need only produce a title to a vehicle they own. TNL will determine how much the vehicle is worth and how much the client can get for it before they come back with an offer within a very short space of time. The application process is very simple and can be completed online.

TNL has multiple locations all over California specifically for their customers’ convenience. One can even call in advance to see if they qualify before driving to their nearest TNL location. “We have been helping California residents acquire the money they need for many years,” the financial aid provider says. They work hard to provide honest and fair rates for financial aid, and will work with the client to set up a payment plan that is compatible with their income. There are no hidden fees or extra costs with TNL, and one can rest assured that the amount they owe when they receive the cash is exactly the amount they will eventually have to pay back. Read more about TNL’s financial aid on their blog at

Many of TNL’s clients have left great reviews of the financial aid provider online. Jill Banner, in a review on the financial aid provider’s website, says that the company came highly recommended by her neighbors. The review says, “I came in directly after my work shift and was worried due to the time restraints to get my loan processed in time. Everything went smoothly and quickly but, most importantly, efficiently. Very friendly staff. I would recommend TNL for any person who needs money quickly.”

Another review from Jeremiah Lutes says that TNL restored his faith in financial aid providers. He says, “I am the head of the household and I know of the pressure one can get from bills and discrepancies in their credit. I used the car I bought before I got married, and it turned out to be such a lifesaver for me. I took out about half of what I was offered and wasn’t pressured any further. Thank you, and hopefully my car will be eligible again if need be.”

Find out more about the financial aid provider at the following link: More information is also available on their website.

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