Wilshire Consumer Credit Teams Up With MoneyGram

February 13 2014

Wilshire Consumer Credit’s partnership with MoneyGram allows its customers to have more convenient access to receive their funds quicker than before.  MoneyGram is the second-largest money transfer company in the world with 293,000 agent locations, according to their website.  Wilshire Consumer Credit customers can now retrieve their funds from any of the MoneyGram locations, including hundreds of locations located inside Walmart.  Wilshire Consumer Credit customers will still be able to receive their loan funds through direct deposit, in-person or a mailed check.

“Providing great customer experience is always top priority at Wilshire Consumer Credit,” said Jim Eyraud, Vice President of Wilshire Consumer Credit.  “MoneyGram’s thousands of convenient locations will make it even easier for our customers to get the cash they need.”

The process to receive the money is simple. Once loan documents are complete, the customer presents their Wilshire Consumer Credit loan reference number and photo ID to any Walmart or MoneyGram location.  The location will distribute the money within minutes of beginning the process.

Wilshire Consumer Credit offers car title loans to customers throughout Arizona, California, Georgia, Missouri, New Mexico, South Carolina, and Utah.

To find out more information on MoneyGram, visit www.MoneyGram.com.

About Wilshire Consumer Credit:  Wilshire Consumer Credit (WCC) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Westlake Financial Services.  WCC provides title loan services to consumers both directly and through various business partners in Arizona, California, Georgia, Missouri, New Mexico, South Carolina and Utah.  All collections and servicing are performed in-house from its central facility located in the Mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles.  Wilshire Consumer Credit operates www.1(800)Car-Title.com and IneedCashNow.net.

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