Check `n Go turns 25 this year. As we approach the quarter-century mark, we’ll be sharing the story of how we got started and how we’ve grown over time. An important part of that story is our close connection with Allied Cash Advance – another respected name in the short-term lending industry.
Check `n Go Beginnings
We began with a single Check `n Go store in Covington, Kentucky. The very first day, people stood in line to get the money they needed. It was clear that there was a pent-up need for a reputable and reliable short-term lender. Check `n Go grew quickly – expanding to other states and even into cyberspace in 2004, when we began to offer loans online.
The Allied Cash Advance Story
Allied Cash Advance first opened its doors in 1999, with a single store in Northern California. In the years that followed, more stores started popping up in California and other states. Allied Cash Advance became a recognized name in the short-term lending industry – and a trusted place to turn for people with unexpected money needs.
Always looking for new ways to grow and better serve customers, the parent company of Check `n Go acquired Allied Cash Advance in 2012. It was a match that benefited everyone – giving the newly expanded company a presence in more states and neighborhoods.
Today, Check `n Go has 875 stores and Allied Cash Advance has 76 stores. Loans are also available online in many states. Available products and loan amounts vary by state, but one thing doesn’t change: whether you’re dealing with Check `n Go or Allied Cash Advance, you’re dealing with the same great family of brands.
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Check `n Go OH License #CS.900077, and #CC.700416. Rhode Island licensed check cashier. California licensed by the California Department of Business Oversight pursuant to the California Deferred Deposit Transaction Law and the California Financing Law. Texas and Ohio loans originated by a third-party lender, restrictions apply. Delaware licensed lender by the Delaware State Banking Commissioner, expires 12/31/2019.