Personal Cash Advance Responds to Increased Demand as Ailing Economy Continues to Falter

Neil Cutting of recently responded to the increase in cash advance inquiries as unemployment numbers remain high.
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Sept. 6, 2011 - PRLog -- Labor Day celebrations were met with uncertainty and doubt over the stagnant economy that some analysts predict is headed towards another recession. Personal Cash Advance company spokesperson Neil Cutting said that the site has seen consistent growth over the last quarter as the demand for short-term loans is on the rise.

“People are in need of relief, quite frankly,” Cutting said. “Banking institutions still seem to be really selective in their lending, which leaves the consumer with few options. We attempt to provide an invaluable service to those looking for relief in the form of a short-term loan.”

Unemployment numbers begin at nine percent and rise dramatically when taking underemployed and those ineligible for benefits into consideration. Some analysts claim the real unemployment number is closer to 16 percent or approximately 26 million American workers.

“We strive to assist those workers who have been rejected by banks due to poor credit scores or unfavorable financial circumstances,” Cutting said. “They need a place to turn to that features reputable lenders and clear terms and conditions.” aligns consumers with industry leading lenders in addition to informative articles and other resources related to payday loans and cash advances. For more information, call 1-800-920-7430 or visit: You can “like” Personal Cash Advance on Facebook at: or follow Pcacares on Twitter.

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Consumers can apply for a bad credit payday loan by completing a simple form on the Personal Cash Advance site. The entire process is secure and can be completed online with a direct deposit into the consumer’s checking account.
Source:Melissa Waters
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