Now servicing the great state of Wyoming (WY) online
Wyoming payday loans and personal cash advances are now available online for residents of the northwestern state. Looking to consolidate a few bills? Have a medical issue and need to make a payment? Vehicle repair and need an emergency short term advance? OnlineCash4Payday.Com has been helping to provide access to short term lending for over a decade online. Wyoming residents can now request a loan online ranging from $100 to as much as $5K in a matter of minutes. No more driving and filling out mounds of paperwork from traditional banking resources with limited approval limits. Our partner lending network has grown to over 100+ nationwide and lends money now. Processing and approving applications daily, the sheer volume of approvals increases your ability online. We take sensitive personal data very seriously. All transactions from start to finish are secure using the highest standards of data security including https:// SSL 128-bit encryption to ensure your private information is protected and confidential. By starting with our secure online form, 5 minutes is all you need. Once a lender approves your application, you can have your money as soon as the next business day.
Wyoming is bordered on the north by Montana, on the east by South Dakota and Nebraska, on the south by Colorado, on the southwest by Utah, and on the west by Idaho. The main drivers of Wyoming’s economy are mineral extraction—mostly coal, oil, natural gas, and trona—and tourism. As of November 2015, the state’s unemployment rate was 4.0%. Unlike most other states, Wyoming does not levy an individual or corporate income tax. In addition, Wyoming does not assess any tax on retirement income earned and received from another state. Wyoming has a state sales tax of 4%. In 2008, the Tax Foundation ranked Wyoming as having the single most “business friendly” tax climate of all 50 states. Reference Wikipedia
- The U.S. acquired the land comprising Wyoming from France as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. John Colter, a fur-trapper, is the first white man known to have entered the region. In 1807 he explored the Yellowstone area and brought back news of its geysers and hot springs.
- In 1872, Yellowstone was designated as the first National Park in the nation. The majority of Yellowstone National Park lies within the boundaries of Wyoming , with smaller portions in Idaho and Montana.
- Devils Tower was designated as the first National Monument in 1906.
- Wyoming was the first state to give women the right to vote.
- The JCPenney stores were started in Kemmerer.
- More than 600 species of wildlife inhabit Wyoming.
Real Per Capita Income in Wyoming
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Statute for Wyoming payday loans and cash advances. Personal loans and installment options qualify for larger amounts through our secure form.
|State||Min/Max Term||Min/Max Loan||Fees and Finance Charges||Status of Laws|
|Wyoming||30 days||NA||$30 or 20%, of the principal|
whichever is greater
|Wyoming law regulates payday lenders with physical addressees in Wyoming,|
which must be licensed. The rates are based in a full calendar month. For example: if the total amount loaned is $100 the most that could be charged is $30, since $30 is greater than $20 which is 20% of the amount borrowed. If the amount borrowed is $200 for 14 days, the highest amount that may be charged is $30 [14 days/31 days x 20% x $200 = $18.06]. Rolling over is prohibited. A lender may permit the borrower to repay original finance charges in installments but may not charge an additional fee for that convenience. The APR for a 14-day $100 loan is 780%.
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Population)
Cities we serve: Apply Today
|Rock Springs city||23,036|
|Green River city||12,515|
|Bar Nunn town||2,213|
|Star Valley Ranch town||1,503|
|Mountain View town||1,286|
|Pine Bluffs town||1,129|
|Big Piney town||552|
|La Barge town||551|
|Bear River town||518|
|Pine Haven town||490|
|La Grange town||448|
|Rolling Hills town||440|
|Medicine Bow town||284|
|Ten Sleep town||260|
|East Thermopolis town||254|
|Rock River town||245|
|Fort Laramie town||230|
|Elk Mountain town||191|
|Van Tassell town||15|
|Lost Springs town||4|