PR Log - Sep 24, 2012 - The Summer of 2012 is now officially over. It was a busy time of the year for consumers as the economy started to turn around, and now that Fall is officially here, consumers are facing the toughest financial time of the year.
CashadvanceUSA.net has announced that the holidays have come early. Their new program is helping consumers get their hands on the cash they need to do some holiday shopping now.
Julie, a representative for the company behind the website explains in further detail how their new “The Holidays Have Come Early” program is helping consumers fight through tough financial times.
“The holidays are supposed to be a special time for people all over the United States. It is a time for sharing gifts among each other, but the tough economic times have made it difficult for consumers to save for the holidays. This holiday season we are trying to change all of that.
We recently sat down with our exclusive network of lenders to tell them about our plans for helping consumers get through the holidays. We were very surprised with the overwhelming results that our lenders gave us. Each lender in our network agreed to offer lower interest loans for consumers. This is great news, and as of today, every single lender in our network is now offering lower interest rates as part of our holiday program.”
This news is great for consumers that are thinking about starting their holiday shopping early. The holidays are not going to wait for anyone, and the department stores don't care if consumers have enough money in savings or not.
Cash advances and personal loans are helping consumers get the cash they need to start doing some holiday shopping early.
Consumers should always be aware that these are loans, and just like any other loans on the market, consumers must be responsible with them. It is easy for consumers to get carried away with the holiday shopping, but shopping responsibly will prevent problems in the future.
The new lower interest program that CashAdvanceUSA.net has rolled out will make it easier for consumers to get through the holiday rush.