Coalition for Financial Choice
The Coalition for Financial Choice is comprised of companies, trade associations and other organizations that believe all Americans are entitled to basic fundamental rights with regard to financial services. Join the Coalition for Financial Choice today!
Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA)
CFSA is the only national membership trade association that provides services exclusively to the payday advance industry. Members represent nearly two-thirds of this market segment with more than 8,000 stores nationwide. CFSA is actively involved with policy makers in all 50 states as well as the nation's capitol to promote legislation and regulation that balances the interests of members with substantive consumer protections that ensure responsible and informed use of the product. CFSA Members and Board of Directors represent the leaders in the industry. By adopting the Best Practices, CFSA members differentiate themselves as belonging to a select network of payday advance stores that are recognized by their state legislators and regulators for providing quality services at a reasonable fee to consumers.
Financial Service Centers of America (FiSCA)
Established in 1987, the Financial Service Centers of America (FiSCA) is the professional organization representing the check cashing industry. FiSCA, with a membership of more than 3,500 individual check cashing centers in 35 states, is the industry's leading voice on legislative, regulatory and business issues.
Financial Services Centers of Washington
Financial Service Centers of Washington (FiSCWA) FiSCWA unites businesses that specialize and are actively involved in the retail financial services industry in the State of Washington. The organization focuses on providing unified representation on behalf of the industry to governmental and regulatory bodies; and exchanges information on relevant matters among members. FiSCWA represents non-bank financial institutions in major metropolitan regions throughout Washington.
California Financial Service Providers Association (CFSP)
CFSP represents the California payday advance and check cashing industry. The organization was founded in 1950 as the California Check Cashers Association. The organization renamed itself in 1999 to represent the interests of companies that provide a variety of retail financial services. CFSP works with state legislators and local officials to promote regulations that protect the rights of consumers and businesses. The Association also educates its members on fair practices in conducting payday advance services.
Moneytree actively supports laws, regulations and industry best practices that protect consumers and preserve access to credit.