How does Cash Genie differ from its competitors?

The number of payday loan companies in the UK has been increasing ever since the industry was introduced from the United States.
By: B.Waters
Jan. 13, 2010 - PRLog -- The successful industry has been expanding and is becoming more attractive to companies wishing to gain a slice of the online market. Because the market is becoming so competitive, companies are differentiating themselves to make them stand out from competitors and gain a competitive advantage. This includes a same day payment service, a refer a friend scheme, promoting high standards of customer service or simply by gaining a good reputation.

Cash Genie, the short term loan lender, has only been operating within the payday loan market for 7 months, however looks like an established lender looking to penetrate the industry and gain a high market share. The company itself is expanding rapidly, with its marketing techniques generating a high number of applications. The customer friendly approach is seen through its Twitter and Facebook pages bringing the company closer to its customers and researching exactly what the customer wants from a payday loan. The same day instant cash service allows customers to apply and receive the cash the same day, and compliments the ‘Responsible Lending’ policy the company adopts promoting transparency and excellent customer service. Cash Genie look to go that extra step to make customers more than satisfied with the service provided, an aspect which is missing in most payday loan companies at present.

Cash Genie has received good testimonials from its customers, as seen on the website, and is constantly updating its technical system and marketing techniques to increase leads and provide customers with an exceptional service.

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Cash Genie is an online based lender of short-term loans. Our loans range from £75 – £750 and can be deposited in customer’s bank accounts on the same day as the application.
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