Aloha Oregon Payday Loan – Aloha Payday Loan – Payday Loan Aloha




Why our cash advance is better?

We are one of the most honest and straight forward payday lenders in the industry. We are legally licensed in the state of Utah, and apply the laws of Utah to loans that we make.

We are discreet. We understand that the only reason you are looking for a CASH ADVANCE is because its not easy to get a loan from anyone else. If money was easy to come by, you could ask your friends or relatives. When you use our service, no one but you needs to know you needed a small PAYDAY loan from us.

We are compassionate. If money is really tight some payday, and you can’t afford a payment, just give us a call, and we can workout it out. Many of our customers call for extra help, and as long as you are honest, and let us know your situation, we can get you the CASH ADVANCE that you need when you need it.

We care about your financial data. If you look below, we are a member of TRUST GAURD. They are a 3rd party company that monitors our website daily for any hackers trying to obtain your data. They also verify our physical address, and verify that we are a real company, not some offshore company looking to sell resell your information to Spam companies.

We have the best rates and terms in the industry. We don’t charge any up front fees or hidden application fees. The way it’s suppose to work is you get your loan first. You are our valued customer and we appreciate your business. We loan you money, and then don’t schedule any payments until your next payday when you can pay the whole loan off or pay just the fee if money is tight that payday

What did you know about ALOHA?

Aloha is a census-designated place and an unincorporated community in Washington County, Oregon, United States. By road it is 10.9 miles (17.5 km) west of downtown Portland. As of the 2010 Census, the population was 49,425.

On January 9, 1912, the community received its name with the opening of a post office named Aloha; the area had previously been known as Wheeler Crossing. According to Oregon Geographic Names, the origin of the name Aloha is disputed. Some sources say it was named by Robert Caples, a railroad worker, but it is unknown why the name was chosen. In 1983 Joseph H. Buck claimed that his uncle, the first postmaster, Julius Buck, named the office “Aloah” after a small resort on Lake Winnebago in Wisconsin. Supposedly the last two letters were transposed by the Post Office during the application process. The local pronunciation, however, has remained Ah-low-wa rather than Ah-lo-ha