To verify or change your payment due date, please log in to your Moneytree online account. If you don’t have an online account, and wish to set one up, please register online, call or visit any Moneytree Branch or contact our Customer Service Team at 1-800-745-1011.
How do I repay my payday loan?
- Write a post-dated check at loan origination for repayment. Your paper check will be turned into an electronic check for presentation to your bank. If you wish, you can opt to have your paper check physically deposited rather than electronically presented.
- Repay your loan in full, in cash, or using your debit card, before the deposit time on the due date in any Moneytree Branch.
- Repay your loan in full online using your debit card.
- Repay your loan in full over the phone using your debit card.
What if I am unable to repay my loan on my due date?
If you are unable to pay your loan when it is due, Moneytree offers a payment plan for payday loans and signature loans. You must request a payment plan before the deposit time on the day your loan is due to restructure the payment terms to at least four (4) substantially equal payments. There is no charge to enter into the payment plan. You can obtain additional details by contacting Customer Service at 1-800-745-1011 or by visiting a Branch.
What if I default on my loan?
If your check or ACH returns unpaid, you will be charged a one-time $25 fee. You can reach Moneytree’s Payment Center at 1-888-516-6643 for more information.
Online loans not available in all states. For the complete list of available loans, rates and terms, click the page for your state of residence:
California: A payday loan costs approximately $ per $100 borrowed. For example, a $100 loan due in 14 days would have a total repayment amount of $ and has an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of %.* Moneytree, Inc., is licensed by the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation pursuant to the California Deferred Deposit Transaction Law to make consumer loans.
Colorado: The amount of payments will vary based on the loan amount Georgia cash quick cash, the number of payments and the length of the loan. Using a $500 loan with a 10% acquisition charge and a 98-day loan term as an example: A $500 loan would cost $595 which includes finance charges of $95, consisting of the acquisition charge and three installment account handling charges, and is based upon you agreeing to make seven payments of $85 due every two weeks, with an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of %.*
Idaho: A payday loan costs $ per $100 borrowed. For example, a $100 loan due in 14 days would have a total repayment of $ and has an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of %.*
Nevada: A payday loan costs $ per $100 borrowed. For example, a $100 loan due in 14 days would have a total repayment of $ and has an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of %.*
Washington: A payday loan costs $15 per $100 borrowed up to $500, and $10 per $100 on the amount over $500. For example, a $100 loan due in 14 days would have a total repayment amount of $115 and has an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of %.*
Customer Notices: Payday Loans, High-Interest loans and Title Loans should be used for short-term financial needs only and not as a long-term financial solution. Customers with credit difficulties should seek credit counseling before entering into any loan transaction.
*The Annual Percentage Rate (“APR”) is the cost of your loan expressed as a yearly rate. The actual APR for your loan ount you borrow and your actual repayment schedule.
For a payday loan or signature loan, in certain cases, you may renew your loan by paying the additional fee to extend the loan due date until your next payday. Payday loans may be renewed at any time before your loan check is sent to the bank or your electronic transaction is deposited. If you contracted for cash payments, you may extend the term of your loan by paying the additional fee at any time prior to the close of business on the loan due date. You may renew your loan a maximum of four (4) times, but for no longer than 60 days after the original loan’s first due date or 90 days after the original loan’s origination date, whichever is shorter. At the time that your fourth renewal is due, or if the applicable time period has expired, the loan must be paid in full.