LoanPointUSA Increases Loan Limit for First-Time Customers

In the down economy, LoanPointUSA is taking steps to make sure that those consumers who are in need of a personal loan have it available.

Mission, KS, April 24, 2009 --( By increasing the loan limit for first-time borrowers to $600, LoanPointUSA is making money available to consumers who need a solution to a short-term financial crisis.

For months, Americans have seen higher gas prices, inflation, recession and job loss. Tightening the belt can work for a while, but eventually consumers reach a point where they are living paycheck to paycheck. Unforeseen expenses such as car repair or medical bills can be devastating, sometimes making it difficult to pay for necessities like rent, utilities and groceries.

Worrying about bounced-check fees, utility shut-off, or repossession adds to the stress of a temporary cash shortage. Traditionally, banks and credit unions do not offer short-term loans. That's where a cash advance lender like LoanPointUSA can help.

The loan application can be completed in just a few minutes, and approval is given within Seconds. The money is transferred to the customer's checking account usually the next business day. Personal information is protected and kept private. With industry-leading customer service and a simple and efficient three-step loan process, LoanPointUSA will help relieve the anxiety and stress of a temporary problem. To qualify, customers must meet certain requirements. For more information, visit the LoanPointUSA website at

Joel Weaver
913-825-1200 ext. 1519