How Our Installment Loans Work
Get more time to pay back your loan.
Our Installment Loans
Our loans are secure and convenient term installment loans, created to allow borrowers to stretch their monthly budgets when the unexpected happens. Our loans are unsecured, from $300 to $1000, and typically require only a few easy steps for fast results.
Our loan term is 10 months with your payment schedule coinciding with your pay frequency.
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Less Hassle With Us
Cash lenders are everywhere. Online, term installment loans eliminate the need to leave your home.
Easy as 1-2-3
As a returning customer, the process to get your next loan from Green Trust Cash takes only a few minutes.
Login to your account from wherever you are to request another loan and follow the prompts to begin a new application.
3. Review & Funding
If approved, you will be able to view, save and e-sign your loan agreement securely, online. Funds are typically sent within one business day.
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Installment Loan Re-payment
ACH (draft from account)
ACH payments will be deducted from your account on your scheduled payment date according to your loan agreement terms.
Cashier’s check, money order, and personal check payments must be received on or before your scheduled payment date by mailing to PO Box 340 Hays, MT 59527.
You may change your payment method at any time prior to your due date by emailing us at email@example.com or using our Chat feature 6:00am – 6:00pm MST Monday through Friday or 6:30am – 5:00pm MST on Saturday. However, we require a minimum of 2 business days’ notice to ensure your change is applied to the upcoming scheduled payment. Otherwise your change may not take effect until the subsequent scheduled payment due date.
No pre-payment penalties apply, and we strongly encourage you to pay back your loan as soon as possible to reduce the amount of finance charges. Your Green Trust Cash loan is an expensive form of borrowing and not a long-term financial solution.