TitleBucks is growing rapidly and currently operating more than 170 stores throughout the Southeast, Southwest, and Midwest. One of its older stores, TitleBucks of Augusta GA #1, recently moved to a new location! They are now located in the Lowe’s shopping plaza and attached to a Jiffy Lube on Bobby Jones Expressway in Martinez. Jonte, Barbara, and Melanie, pictured above, are enjoying their new space and hope that those of you in the Augusta area will stop by to see them if you have questions about getting a car title loan!
TitleBucks of Augusta GA #1 is ready to help you turn your car title into cash.
Check out the three different ways you can start the car title loan process:
- Visit any of our 170+ Title Loan Stores
- Call one of our friendly Customer Service Specialists at 1-855-88 BUCKS
- with one of our Customer Service Specialists online
TitleBucks of Augusta #1 is now located at 216 Bobby Jones Expressway and can still be reached via phone at (706) 860-8165. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. You will need the following items:
- A vehicle
- A clear, or lien-free, car title
- A government-issued ID
- Proof of income (except in AL)
TitleBucks is committed to offering quick and easy friendly customer service. So if you are looking for quick cash, stop in for a car title loan from TitleBucks! We do not require proof of vehicle insurance nor do we check your credit. So regardless of your credit, your credit score doesn’t factor into the approval process at all. At TitleBucks, you can be approved for a car title loan up to $10,000* in as little as 30 minutes, and the best part is you get to keep driving your car.
So stop into any of our locations for cash and check our blog weekly for updates on TitleBucks!
* Maximum loan amount in Virginia and Texas is $5,000. Maximum title loan amount in Illinois is $4,000. Maximum title loan amount in Mississippi and Tennessee is $2,500.
** To be approved for a title loan, you must be at least 18 years of age (19 in Alabama).