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When “life happens” QCash is there for your members.

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QCash is an easy-to-implement solution that allows your credit union to grant short-term, small dollar loans that can change your member’s lives. In just six clicks and 60 seconds, the money is deposited in the member’s account. With QCash’s Life Eventtm loans credit unions can practice financial inclusion, serving the underbanked and helping their members with the use of our patented relational underwriting that allows a credit union to say “yes” more often since it does not use credit score.

Want to see Life Event Loans in action?

Why Should Your Credit Union Offer Small Dollar Loans?

Six Clicks. Sixty Seconds. No Credit Check Required.

Times are tough and filled with unexpected expenses. In fact, an estimated two-thirds of Americans do not have strong financial health. QCash can help your members:

  • Avoid the toxic cycle of high-interest, predatory debt
  • Get quick cash for unexpected expenses
  • Establish loyalty with your credit union that can last for years to come
  • Build or repair their credit

Once a member has paid down their responsible small dollar loan, they can begin investing in their future. Ready to learn more?

Learn more about our small dollar lending platform today!

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