Check ‘n Go Launches On-site Blog

From PRWeb.com (7/2/09)

Check ‘n Go, a leading payday loan lender, launched an on-site corporate blog in May, 2009 to educate consumers about payday loans, Check ‘n Go’s efforts with the National Center for Exploited & Missing Children®, financial tips and current legislation.

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) July 2, 2009 — Check ‘n Go, a leading payday loan lender, launched an on-site corporate blog in May, 2009 to educate consumers about payday loans, Check ‘n Go’s efforts with the National Center for Exploited & Missing Children®, financial tips and current legislation.

“I am really excited we can offer this additional information to our consumers. Here at Check ‘n Go, we want to educate our consumers as much as possible about using payday loans, and financial tips, and this blog will be another avenue for us to do this,” said Jeff Kursman, Director of Public Relations for Check ‘n Go Financial.

The Check ‘n Go blog is updated on a regular basis, and readers can contribute by commenting.

Kursman said, “This is another arena we can hear from our customers, so I urge everyone to take a look and let us know what you think.”

About Check ‘n Go
Check ‘n Go is committed to providing services that preserve both the financial security and the dignity of our customers. Check ‘n Go operates more than 1,200 locations in 31 states and online. A founding member of the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), Check ‘n Go provides payday loans and other financial products to consumers in a responsible manner. In fact, Check ‘n Go leaders helped create the CFSA Best Practices, which promote responsible lending.

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