Title Lending: 101

Title loans are becoming more and more popular, and that’s because they are such a simple and fast process. Because of the amount of time it takes to process the request and the factors that determine the amount you can borrow, obtaining the cash you need can sometimes be challenging when going to a traditional financial institution. We don’t have that tedious process at TitleBucks. If you need cash – come and get it! We offer quick approvals and competitive rates. The entire process typically takes as little as 30 minutes and you can borrow up to *$10,000 (depending on your state). We currently have 100+ convenient locations throughout the Southeast and Southwest and our friendly staff wants to help you today! All you need to bring are the following items:

1.   Your vehicle
2.   Your vehicle’s clear, or lien-free, car title
3.   A government-issued ID
4.   Proof of income is required for some Texas Products

With these items, you can be approved for a title loan up to $10,000*, but the best part is you get to keep driving your car. TitleBucks hours of operation are Monday thru Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Our 100+ TitleBucks locations are closed Sunday, but if you if you would like to contact one of our friendly team members, you can either with us or complete our short online form and we will be sure to contact you as soon as we can.

There are three convenient ways to contact us:

  1. Visit any of our 100+ Title Loan Stores
  2. Call one of our friendly Customer Service Specialists at 1-855-88 BUCKS
  3. with one of our Customer Service Specialists online

Come in today and ask us any questions regarding the car title loan process, so we can help you get the cash you need to make that happen! If you are looking for money, choose TitleBucks!

* Maximum loan amount in Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, South Carolina, and Texas is $10,000. Maximum title loan amount in Tennessee is $2,500.
** To be approved for a title loan, you must be at least 18 years of age (19 in Alabama).