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Payday Advance is looking forward to helping more Kiwis

Payday Advance is looking forward to helping more Kiwis in 2014

Auckland, New Zealand - Tuesday, 21 January, 2014 - 2013 was a pivotal year for Payday Advance, as they have been going from strength to strength providing fast and convenient payday loan service at speed and efficiency that is often beyond customers’ expectations.

Fully dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service, it’s not a surprise that the company already has thousands of satisfied customers who often recommend the company to their family and friends for any short-term cash needs they may have.

Responding to clients as soon as possible, keeping them updated, going the extra mile and being experts in the field are just some of the principles Payday Advance adhere to in order to deliver great service on a daily basis. From their marketing department, to lending and collections, that attitude is strongly engrained in every staff member.

Below are some of the things our real-life customers said about the lender’s level of customer service: “Their customer service is 10/10”

“The team I have worked with – the customer service team - have all been really good”

“We had perfect communication between us, and I knew what was going on at all times, and they made everything very clear. They are very, very helpful”

“They’re responsive, they’re problem solvers, they do try and create solutions if there is a roadblock on the way – so yes, it’s been good!”

More video and text testimonials from real customers can be found on the Payday Advance Testimonials page.

ENDS

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