Life is full of surprises. Some of these are good, some are bad, but most are expensive. School fees, weddings, medical bills, and household and car repairs are just a few unexpected costs that can push your budget right over its limit. Luckily, affordable cash loans that are transparent and accessible are just a click, a call or an SMS away.
Did you know that Cambridge Food, South Africa’s trusted food retail business, offers cash loans from R1,000 to R150,000 that can be repaid in fixed monthly instalments? What’s more, these cash loans are not linked to in-store purchases and cash is deposited directly into your bank account within 24 hours! That’s fast and reliable service from an established brand that you can trust.
Why choose Cambridge Food Cash Loans?
Cambridge Food Cash Loans offers an uncomplicated cash loan process that is completely paperless–the short and simple application process can be done online or via the phone. After you take it out, you can pay back the loan from 12 to 60 months in fixed monthly instalments based on risk-based interest rates and fees. But what really sets them apart is that each cash loan includes Customer Protection Insurance. This covers the remainder of your outstanding loan balance in the event of death or permanent disability, and up to 12 months’ loan instalments in the event of temporary disability or loss of income.
How do I apply for a Cambridge Food Cash Loan?
You can apply for a Cambridge Food cash loan in three easy ways:
- Visit their website at http://www.cambridgefoodcredit.co.za/ and fill in the online loan application,
- SMS your ID Number*Initials*Surname*Monthly Salary (e.g. 7013320212080*KJ*Smith*5000) to 47094, or
- Call 0861 827 775 to complete and process the application.
To qualify for a Cambridge Food cash loan, you need to be 18 years or older, have a valid SA ID or driver’s licence, be employed and earn R2,000 or more per month, and have your last three months’ payslips or bank statements. These supporting documents can be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 021 597 4728.