Cash Advance is a payday loan matching service. They match customers with a network of lenders so customers can get the best rates. Like 500Fast Cash, Cash Advance is a tribally-owned company. It is chartered and governed by the laws of the Ute Indian Tribe and is wholly owned by enrolled members of the tribe.
CashCall was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in California. They provide consumers with personal, small business, and mortgage loans depending on each borrower's credit score and needs.
GADCapital is a payday loan company that uses their lender network to match potential borrowers with a source of funding. They offer their services for several similar types of loans, including payday loans, title loans, installment loans, and merchant cash advances. They also provide a debt consolidation service. It is unclear how long GADCapital has been operating, and there is very little information available about them apart from their website. GADCapital is headquartered in Florida, and while it seems that anyone can fill out an application with them, their services may not be available in all states; however, they do not provide a clear list of restricted states anywhere.
Money Mutual is a payday loan network, meaning it doesn't lend money, but claims to help customers find payday loan companies to work with. Although this should, in theory, mean that customers get a lower rate as these companies compete for their business, the reality is that Money Mutual has been dogged by lawsuits, fines, and accusations for matching consumers with international companies that charge illegal interest rates.
QuickerCash.com is a short-term or payday loan matching company that uses a network of lenders to connect borrowers with funding options. Their focus is on providing applicants with a short decision time and quick funding of loans from $100 to $1,000. Because QuickerCash is not a direct lender, they do not give final approval or control the specific terms of a loan, such as final loan amounts, interest rates, repayment terms, renewal options, or additional fees; as such, they do not have very much information available about these conditions on their website. Their services are available to applicants from all states, but the specific regulations of each state will also determine the specific loan terms. QuickerCash.com began operating in 2010 and is maintained by Engage Traffic, located in Kansas.
Sonic Cash is a payday loan and payday cash advance company that matches borrowers with lenders; it is also no longer in business. However, because their website is still functional and they were not a direct lender, it appears that customers can still fill out an application through their website and be redirected to other lending companies. Specific loan terms will depend on the individual lenders, but Sonic Cash advertised payday loans of up to $1,000 with repayment terms of 2 to 4 weeks, depending on the frequency of the borrower's paychecks. Sonic Cash was established in 2002, and while it is unclear how long Sonic Cash was operating, they were no longer in business by 2012.