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Payday America has been providing guests with short-term banking options for more than a decade. We currently operate 12 stores throughout Minnesota, with plans to expand our footprint to meet the needs of other local communities.
At Payday America you can expect inviting, friendly, and professional staff, great customer service, and practical fees on our financing choices.
We also give back to the community. In partnership with Pawn America and the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities, we launched Kids Feeding Kids in 2006. This program teaches nutrition and restaurant skills while assuring that inner-city club kids don't go hungry.
Payday America is also a founding partner, along with Pawn America, of the Hennepin County Sheriff Foundation (HCSF). Together we are dedicated to strengthening public safety through youth-based activity programs, prevention, intervention, education, outreach, and 21st century crime-fighting tools and programs.
Join a strong team with great people while learning the financing service industry and valuable career skills. Plus, enjoy tremendous benefits!
Payday America works in partnership with several organizations to offer additional financing options when you need them.
Payday America is committed to supporting the local communities where we live and work. Staff at our stores volunteer with the Kids Feeding Kids program, are members of their local Chamber of Commerce, and sponsor the Hennepin County Sheriff Foundation (HCSF). We also work closely with our local law enforcement agencies and have developed a strong relationship with them to protect our community.
Loans are subject to Payday America Inc's, terms, conditions and underwriting requirements. Credit approval is not guaranteed and not everyone is eligible for a loan or for a specific amount. Complete disclosure of APR, fees, and payment terms are available upon request by calling 1-866-646-1777 or by visiting a Payday America Inc. store location. This is not an offer to lend and should not be deemed an obligation to do so. Minnesota loans are made under Minnesota Statute Section 47.59. Loans are not available in any other states.