Zebra Cash Advance Launches New Website

August 20, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - New Zealand based Zebra Cash Advance (ZCA), a company that provides short-term financial solutions in Christchurch and its surrounding areas, is excited to announce that their new and improved website is now live. The site features a streamlined and contemporary design with enhanced functionality, as well as easy access to essential information that ensures clients a fast and easy application process for cash advances.

A spokesperson from ZCA said, “We are thrilled to debut our new website. It has been optimized to provide visitors a seamless experience across all types of devices, including desktop and mobile. Users can also enjoy a hassle-free application process, alongside other special features that include an online calculator and an automated repayment system. Our new website is also designed to ensure that your personal information and sensitive data are secured and encrypted behind our digital vault.”

Zebra Cash Advance hosts a 24/7 cash advance application process that helps clients get the fast cash they need, even during emergencies. The company spokesperson explains that an application can be processed and approved as quickly as 60 minutes, and applicants are eligible for a cash advance between $200 and $2000. “Being a responsible service provider, our repayment system is calculated based on your pay, and you will never be charged with more than 25% of your income per pay period. This ensures that you can repay the money without a problem,” says the spokesperson.

As noted on the company’s website, New Zealand residents who are at least 18 years of age and earning at least $400 net pay per week are eligible to avail themselves of ZCA’s services. In addition, an applicant must be currently employed and possess an active bank account that electronically receives funds regularly. Interested parties who wish to apply for a short-term cash advance must also have Internet access, an active email address, and a mobile phone (since verification codes are sent via SMS). Meanwhile, first-time applicants are also required to submit a valid form of identification, such as a NZ driver’s license, NZ passport, overseas passport, NZ refugee travel document, NZ emergency travel document, or a NZ firearms license.

ZCA is also pleased to announce that they accommodate applicants with a low credit score. “We understand that not everything is within your control and we want to help you move on from bad credit history and take a step forward with your personal finances,” says the company spokesperson. Zebra Cash Advance has also laid out a transparent interest rate breakdown on their website, and their cash advance calculator helps clients calculate how much money they can get, how much interest they need to pay, the associated fees, the number of repayments they have to make, and the full repayment amount. Furthermore, the company spokesperson points out that ZCA operates with a transparent fee structure in order to assure their clients that there will be no hidden fees and surprises.

“Unlike banks that offer very rigid policies that limit your ability to spend your own cash, Zebra offers a fast, flexible, and hassle-free solution to help you fix up urgent financial obligations, maintain a good credit score, or simply keep an extra few hundred dollars in your wallet,” asserts the spokesperson.

Zebra Cash Advance is one of the most trusted providers of short-term financial solutions in the greater Christchurch area, based on a number of positive reviews and recommendations the company has received online. In fact, they have an average customer rating of 4.7/5.0 Stars on the Google review platform. One satisfied client, Gloria Martinelli, said, “They don’t discriminate against people with bad credit. I submitted my application and was confirmed almost immediately. Finally paid them today in full with my new job. So happy this service exists.”

Another client, Violet Ryan, said, “Zebra provides such an amazing service. Their service is super easy to use, even for people like me with no prior experience in utilizing an online cash advance application. I got the money deposited in my account in no time, and repayments are automatically deducted from my paycheck. Their service is so convenient.”

More information can be found on the company’s website. Interested parties may also check out their official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/zebraloans/ to stay up to date with their latest news and important announcements.


For more information about Zebra Loans, contact the company here:

Zebra Loans
+64 3-377 7774
18 Leslie Hills Dr, Riccarton, Christchurch 8011, New Zealand

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