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REQUIREMENTS: Approval is dependent upon meeting legal and underwriting requirements and is subject to state regulations, eligibility, applicant qualifications, and credit check. Cash advances are only available up to approved credit limit. CASH 1 uses various credit reports and data sources as part of its underwriting, including information from national credit bureaus, and CASH 1 may take this information into consideration in the approval process. Not all applicants for online loans may be eligible for instant approval or instant funding. Some applications may require additional verification or documentation, which can delay the lending decision.

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