DISCLAIMER: Max Cash is a dba of Tradition Media Group, LLC. We are NOT A LENDER and we do not make short term cash loans or credit decisions BUT we do have a nationwide network of lenders who do. In the state of California, we are a licensed financial broker, license #60DBO44857.
1 Loan amounts by the lenders vary based on your vehicle and your ability to repay the loan.
2 Since we do not lend money directly we cannot offer you a solicitation for a loan. In all serviced states we WILL connect you with a lender based on the information you provide on this website. We will not charge you for this service and our service is not available in all states. States that are serviced by this website are subject to change without notice. Loans are not available in all states and areas.
3 Lending companies typically do not have pre-payment penalties, but we cannot guarantee that every lender meets this standard. Small Business Loans typically do have pre-payment penalties and occasionally will use your car as collateral to secure the loan.
4 All lenders are responsible for their own interest rates and payment terms. Max Cash has no control over these rates or payments. Use of the word, “competitive,” or “reasonable,” does not mean “low-cost” and borrowers should use discretion when working directly with the lender.
5 The amount of people we helped who have applied for a loan, and those who have received a loan is not the same. We cannot guarantee we will find a lender who will fund you. Submitting information on this website does not guarantee loan approval. Not all lenders can provide loan amounts you may see on this website due to state laws or individual lender requirements.
Sub-prime Loans are expensive and you may have other ways to get funding that is less expensive. These types of loans are meant to provide you with short-term financing to solve immediate cash needs and should not be considered a long-term solution. Residents of some states may not be eligible for a loan. Rejections for loans are not disclosed to our firm and you may want to contact the lender directly.
Lenders are usually licensed by the State in which you reside. You should consult directly with these regulatory agencies to make sure your lender is licensed and in compliance. These agencies are there to protect you and we advise making sure any lender you receive money from is fully licensed.