Check Cashing

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“I will never use another check cashing business.”

Lovelyn L.
San Diego, CA

 

Moneytree Check Cashing

Payroll Checks

Payroll Checks

Government Checks

Government Checks

Personal Checks

Personal Checks

Money Orders

Money Orders

Insurance Drafts

Insurance Drafts

Cashier's Checks

Cashier's Checks

Business Checks

Business Checks

Tax Checks

Tax Checks

Moneytree Check Cashing

Moneytree check cashing service is quick, convenient and confidential. Bring us your check and we’ll cash it for a small fee. It’s as simple as that. We won’t hold your funds and you’ll leave with the cash you need. We’ve been providing check cashing service since 1983 and we cash all types of checks. Large checks, two-party checks, unusual checks — it’s what we do.

Rates vary by location; view the check cashing rates at your neighborhood Moneytree Branch.

Business Check Cashing

Moneytree provides quick and easy check cashing for business Customers too. We provide on-the-spot cash with no holds for our business check cashing Customers — even for large checks. When you need to cash a check made payable to your business, Moneytree is the place to go. Our Branches are open evenings and weekends too. Plus, we offer special business check cashing rates. Visit a Branch near you and talk to a Moneytree Team Member.

Tax Check Cashing Services

Bring in your tax refund check, cash it for 1.99% and receive your cash immediately!

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Online loans not available in all states. For the complete list of available loans, rates and terms, click the page for your state of residence:

California: A payday loan costs approximately $17.65 per $100 borrowed. For example, a $100 loan due in 14 days would have a total repayment amount of $117.65 and has an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of 460.16%.* Moneytree, Inc. is licensed by the Department of Business Oversight pursuant to the California Deferred Deposit Transaction Law to make consumer loans. Licensed by the Department of Business Oversight pursuant to the California Finance Lenders Law to make business loans. Loans made or arranged pursuant to a California Financing Law license.

Colorado: The amount of payments will vary based on the loan amount, the number of payments and the length of the loan. Using a $300 loan as an example: If you borrow $300 to be repaid in 6 months, the total finance charges would be $209.44, with an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of 208.00%.* The finance charges and APR are based upon you agreeing to make 13 payments of $36.39 due every two weeks and one final payment of $36.37.

Idaho: A payday loan costs $16.50 per $100 borrowed. For example, a $100 loan due in 14 days would have a total repayment of $116.50 and has an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of 430.18%.*

Nevada: A payday loan costs $16.50 per $100 borrowed. For example, a $100 loan due in 14 days would have a total repayment of $116.50 and has an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of 430.18%.*

Washington: A payday loan costs $15 per $100 borrowed up to $500, and $10 per $100 on the amount over $500. For example, a $100 loan due in 14 days would have a total repayment amount of $115 and has an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of 391.07%.*

Customer Notices:
There are a wide variety of loan products available in the marketplace, so your choice of lending products should match your financial needs. Small-dollar loans used over a long period of time can be expensive.

Payday Loans, High-Interest loans and Title Loans should be used for short-term financial needs only and not as a long-term financial solution. Customers with credit difficulties should seek credit counseling before entering into any loan transaction.

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*The Annual Percentage Rate ("APR") is the cost of your loan expressed as a yearly rate. The actual APR for your loan may be higher or lower, depending on the actual amount you borrow and your actual repayment schedule.