Going Bank-less: 5 Ways We Can Help
If you don't use a bank, you're not alone! Almost 9.6 million homes in America don't use a bank for their financial services--and while the reasons for doing so may vary from person to person, we can help serve them all.
At Check on Hold, our abun... Read More
Where Can I Cash My Check?
From gifts to paychecks to personal loans, receiving a check is always a welcome experience!
But if you receive a check, and don't have a bank account, you may be wondering--where can I cash this?
Fortunately, Check on Hold can help. Take a lo... Read More
5 Benefits of a Prepaid Debit Card
From online purchases to car rentals, having access to a debit card is more important now than ever before.
It's an essential for modern commerce--but is there a way to get one, outside of having a connected checking out? As it turns out, there is... Read More
Why Sell Your Gift Cards?
We all appreciate the token of a gift card from friends or family--but if you can't use your gift card for any reason, don't toss it away just yet! It's probably more valuable than you think.
Selling your unused or unwanted gift cards to Check on ... Read More
Smart Tips for a Successful Payday Loan
If you've never used a payday loan before, you may have lots of questions--how does it work? What are the terms of the loan? Is it right for me?
Contrary to popular belief, the payday loan process does not have to be stressful! In today's blog, we... Read More
5 Reasons to Use a Money Order
Need to get money safely from place A to place B? Or pay monthly bills without a checking account? A simple (but often underutilized) solution is the money order, a tool that lets you deliver prepaid amounts of money with ease.
In today's blog, we... Read More
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