MyCashFinance Fast Loan

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MyCashFinance offers loans of up to $10,000 and quick online pre-approval for large loans.

Prospective borrowers can apply for a loan from $1,600 up to $10,000 with MyCashFinance. MyCashFinance is a short term lender, with maximum repayment terms of 12 months.

MyCashFinance customers can apply and find out if they've been pre-approved in five minutes. Pre-approved applicants have an 89% chance of being accepted for a loan. MyCashFinance only supply loans that are secured by either vehicle or real estate property assets.


Maximum loan amount

Same day

Turnaround time

conditions apply

Up to 12 months

Term of loan


Product NameMyCashFinance Fast Loan
Minimum Loan Amount$1,600
Maximum Loan Amount$10,000
Loan TermUp to 12 months
Turnaround timeSame day - conditions apply
Available to Centrelink Borrowers?Yes

How does a Fast Loan from MyCashFinance work?

MyCashFinance are a short term lender who offer larger amounts of funding than most payday lenders. While short term lenders have much higher interest rates than standard personal loan lenders, these types of loans might be the only option for people in need of larger sums of money who have bad credit.

MyCashFinance only offer secured loans, so applicants will be required to own a vehicle or real estate in order to qualify for finance. Prospective applicants who do not own a vehicle or property have the option to apply via a joint application, provided that the other party does own one of those assets.

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What features are on offer with a MyCashFinance Fast Loan?

There are a number of features associated with this loan:

  • Applicants can know if they are eligible quickly.

    Once someone fills out the online form, they'll find out within five minutes if they've been pre-approved. Being granted pre-approval means that someone is 89% likely to be officially approved for finance. The pre-approval process does not check credit cores.

    If someone is granted pre-approval, they then need to send documentation so that they can be completely approved for the loan. They'll then be offered a loan amount and terms to suit their needs and budget outlined in a loan contract. Once the contract is signed, the loan can be processed.

  • Loan amount.

    Customers can borrow between $1,600 and $10,000. The amount someone is approved for will depend on how much they can afford and the market value of their assets.

  • Flexible repayments.

    Loan borrowers can make repayments weekly, fortnightly or monthly over a period of 12 months. The repayments will be automatically direct debited from the borrower's bank account on the scheduled dates outlined in their loan contract.

  • Save interest.

    Borrowers can make extra repayments at any time penalty-free. Paying off a loan early can save people money over the life of the loan, because they accrue less in interest and fees.

Fees and charges

The fees and charges associated with these loans depends on how much someone borrows and what their repayment terms are. When an applicant receives their loan contract, their repayments will be set out for them. This document has to be agreed to and signed off on before the loan funds can be transferred. If someone is unhappy with the terms of their contract, they are under no obligation to continue with the loan.

While fees and charges will vary depending on the loan amount and the terms of the loan, it's good to be aware of how much these types of loans generally cost. ASIC enforce fee caps on short term lenders. These vary depending on the level of funding. Please see details of the caps below.

Up to $2,000

  • Establishment fee of 20% of the loan amount
  • Monthly account-keeping fee of 4% of the loan amount
  • Default fees and enforcement expenses if you don't repay the loan

$2,001 - $5,000

  • One-off establishment fee of $400
  • Maximum annual interest rate of 48%, which includes all other fees and charges

$5,001 - $10,000

  • Maximum annual interest rate of 48%, which includes all fees and charges

Fast Loan eligibility

In order to be eligible, applicants need to:

  • Own an asset. This can be a motor vehicle or a property, either of which can be financed.
  • Earn at least $500 per Week. Their income can come from wages, business income or Centrelink payments. Applicants who receive Centrelink will not be approved if they receive Newstart, Youth Allowance or Austudy. The income requirement does not apply if the loan is for business purposes.
  • If someone doesn't meet the above requirements, they can apply with someone who does.

How to apply for a Fast Loan from MyCashFinance

The first step to applying is filling out the pre-approval form, which can take less than a minute. People who are pre-approved can continue onto the full application where they will need to submit further documents by fax or email.

Customers will be kept updated on the progress of their application. If they're approved, they'll be sent a contract. Once they sign the contract, the loan funds will be transferred into their nominated bank account.

Please note that it is always a good idea to compare loan options prior to submitting an application. This helps people to ensure that they are well informed and can apply for the best loan available to their circumstances.

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