Who is QCash Financial?
QCash Financial offers relationship-based small-dollar loans. The CUSO’s lending platform enables credit unions to help their members responsibly when they face financial challenges from unexpected life events. From application to account funding, the process is complete in under 60 seconds, no credit check required, and completely digital, needing no effort from staff. When life happens, be there for your members anytime, anywhere and from any device.
Ready to level-up your members’ experience? Consider Life Event, Specialty, and Financial First Responder Loan programs, all using QCash’s patented relational underwriting.
How a strategic alliance with QCash Financial benefits credit unions
The Financial Health Network tells us that:
- 167 million people in the US struggle financially
- 2 in 3 Americans are financially unhealthy
- 1 in 10 Americans are credit invisible
- 40% of Americans struggle to cover a $400 unexpected expense.
QCash Financials’ Life Event Loan was created so credit unions can help their members when they need it. They use their patented relational underwriting, providing small dollar loan funding in under 60 seconds.
Why choose QCash Financial?
- Available 24/7
- Just 6 clicks in 60 seconds
- No credit score required
- Immediate funding
- Builds good credit
Credit Union Benefits
- Supports the credit union mission
- Facilitates financial inclusion
- Fully-customizable loans
- Relational underwriting
- Automated origination (low cost, no staffing)
- CDFI approved
Connect With QCash
Talk to one of our CUNA Strategic Services alliance managers to learn more about QCash. We’ll help you identify and evaluate the best solution for your credit union.
QCash has exclusive pricing and solutions reserved for CUNA Strategic Services and the credit unions and leagues we work with.
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