Security Information

National Cash Advance Security Information

National Cash Advance, along with many other lenders, has been targeted by unknown scammer groups. These scammers are attempting to offer consumers loans on our company’s behalf by going through the internet, email, and making telephone calls. Scammers can be very convincing, especially when they use threats and intimidation and appear to have access to personal information. They use the reputation of a legitimate, respected business, along with dire threats, to get what they want from victims. We want to inform you that these actions are not being made by National Cash Advance or anyone affiliated with the company. We value our customers and are working directly with authorities to stop these scammers.


Recognize Fraudulent Loan Offers

You should be suspicious that a loan offer is fraudulent if:


Recognize Fraudulent Collection

You should be suspicious that a collection is fraudulent if:


Reporting Fraudulent Action


Protecting Yourself From Scammers

When it comes to keeping your personal and financial information safe, it’s important to be proactive. Follow these tips to help protect yourself from fraud and identity theft.

For more information, please visit The Federal Bureau of Investigation.


Security of Your Information with National Cash Advance

With National Cash Advance, you can be sure that all the information you submit is sent through a secure server, and we keep your information in a secure database. One way for you to verify that our website is secure is to look for the security icon in the footer of our site that tells you that your information is secure and encrypted. The green padlock in the URL address bar also signifies that your information on this website is encrypted. For more details, see our Privacy Policy.