Prime Title Loans Comments On Struggle Of San Diego California Residents

November 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Prime Title Loans San Diego, a financial aid agency in San Diego, California, is reaching out to the wider community to comment on the many struggles the residents of San Diego go through to make ends meet. The company provides short term financial aid to anyone who has need of it. More information can be found at their website: https://primetitleloanssandiego.com.

Prime Title Loans San Diego says, “It’s really disheartening, but a lot of people in San Diego are going through really tough times. With the country’s economy in the state it is, we don’t find it surprising but it is still saddening. As a financial aid company, we have dealt with a lot of people who are struggling with their finances. Our experience has taught us how terrifying it can be when you find yourself needing money that you don’t have. In these urgent situations, you may not feel like you have a lot of options, but we are here to help you.”

“There are many people who have been hit hard by the current recession,” the company says. “The recession has made most lenders even more cautious and hesitant when it comes to approving cash advances. This is understandable, but it really affects the people who are having a hard time and need money. We understand the toll the economy has had on everyone, so we’re trying to provide some hope. When you apply for financial aid with Prime Title Loans San Diego, you’ll not only walk through an easy process, you’ll also be able to get your financial aid approved in just fifteen minutes using your car title as collateral!”

Prime Title Loans San Diego affirms that there are no strict prerequisites to get financial aid from the company. All that is needed is ownership of a vehicle that has a resale value of $5,500 or higher. The car also needs to be paid for in full. The company further reassures clients that, while a good credit score can help, a perfect credit score is not necessary to receive financial aid. Even if a client has a bad credit score, the company may allow them to get up to half of their car’s resale value. More information about the company can also be found at the following link: https://www.yellowpages.com/san-diego-ca/mip/prime-title-loans-san-diego-473693628.

Prime Title Loans San Diego’s dedication to providing the residents of San Diego some respite by way of soothing their financial worries has earned them praise. On Google, the company is rated 4.6 stars out of 5. In a five star review, Thelma Norris says, “I called in desperation on a Friday morning trying to make payroll. I spoke with Sandy and she was great and helping ease some of the stress. She immediately gathered my information and told me what she needed from me. I can't believe that, in less than two hours, my funds were wired. Thank you for the great service.”

In another five star review, Abby Singleton shared her experiences with the company, saying, “I found this company while browsing the internet and didn't know anything about car title financial aid. I called and spoke with Robin; he explained everything in detail. I needed money for medical expenses. I was impressed by how quickly things got done. This was a great solution for me. Thank you, Robin, for all of your help.”

The company says, “We are always happy to hear about the great experiences our clients have with us and we truly value their feedback. It makes us immensely proud and honored to do what we do and help out however we can. We want to make sure that you feel taken care of and that you're not stressed out in any way during the process. At Prime Title Loans San Diego, we really believe in making things easier on you when you're going through tough times. If you ever need any assistance at all with anything, we'll be very glad to help!”

Those who want to learn more about Prime Title Loans San Diego and the variety of services offered by the company can find more information on their official website. Interested parties are also encouraged to get in touch with the company directly via phone or email for further details. More information about the company can also be found at their Press Advantage media room here: https://www.pressadvantage.com/organization/prime-title-loans-san-diego.

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For more information about Prime Title Loans San Diego, contact the company here:

Prime Title Loans San Diego
(619) 797-6015
1080 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101

ReleaseID: 60032192

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