Marshall, MI Cash Advances

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Loan TypeLoan Limit
Cash Advance$600
Cash Loans$600
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For Cash Advances:

  • A recent paycheck stub or other proof of income such as:
    • Social Security Benefits or Pension Benefits – statement of benefits or a bank statement showing direct deposit
    • Child Support – payment stub from a distributing agency or a bank statement showing direct deposit
  • An active checking account
  • A blank check from your checking account
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

Visit the Cash Store in Marshall, MI

There is a Cash Store on Michigan Avenue, just a few blocks east of IH-69, offering cash advances. So if you live around the Marshall, MI area and are in need of a little extra money, come by and talk to us. We have a team of well trained professionals that can answer your questions and provide the superior level of customer service that you deserve. For complete store details, take a look at our information listed below. We look forward to assisting you soon.

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Customer Testimonials in Marshall, MI

"When I went in the Cash Store, the people working were extra nice and explained everything to me. It was pretty easy and I would go back if I ever need to get a small loan." - Fred P.

"The cash store really helped me out to pay bills and to have extra money during the week. I also like going because it's no hassle and quick." - James V.

Cash Advance Marshall MI
15881 W Michigan Ave, Marshall, MI 49068
Phone: (269) 789-0847, Fax: (269) 789-0872
Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat

Landmarks:

1 mile west of Historic Marshall's Fountain. 6 miles east of Firekeeper's Casino.

Closed Holiday Schedule:

New Years, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas

Driving Directions:

From IH-69, exit West Michigan Avenue (exit #36) and head east. The Cash Store is on the left, located in the K-Mart shopping plaza just passed the IH-69 overpass. Look for the Taco Bell which is located at the front of the shopping center. Entrances available along both Michigan Avenue and West Drive. There is plenty of parking in front of the store.

Public Transit:

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Additional Facts About Marshall, MI

The City of Marshall, Michigan was previously known for almost becoming the capital of Michigan before the city of Lansing was given that designation. Instead, Marshall is now known for having one of the largest concentrations of registered historic buildings in the entire country. As of today, the count of registered historic buildings within Marshall, MI is close to nine hundred.

Depending on when you visit Marshall, you maybe just in time for some of their biggest celebrations. The Marshall Historic Home Tour is held annually by the Marshall Historical Society the weekend following Labor Day. The tour showcases the city’s rich heritage displayed throughout the city’s architecture. Nearly 20 buildings are on display, offering viewers a glimpse back in time. Another highly anticipated event presented by the Marshall Historical Society is the Christmas Candlelight Walk. Held each winter, classic homes are first decked out in holiday lights followed by guided tours of these magnificently decorated homes. Other historical sites maintained by the historical society include the Capitol City School and Post Office Museum

Magic delights those of any age, and Marshall’s involvement in the world of magic won’t disappoint. On East Michigan Avenue, visitors will find the American Museum of Magic, which houses memorabilia from magicians and shows from all across the world. It is the largest privately held collection of magic related items and displays in the entire world. There are nearly 100,000 items to take in, including equipment used by Harry Houdini himself.

History enthusiasts will want to visit the G.A.R. Hall Civil War Museum built in 1902. The structure originally served as a meeting place for the Grand Army of the Republic, a fraternal order whose members all served in the American Civil War. It is now the city’s home for artifacts from the Civil War and several other wars, with an emphasis on those veterans who are from the Marshall, MI area.

Marshall, MI Living Costs
Median Home Cost$114,500.00
Average Rent for One Bedroom$477.00
Average Rent for Two Bedrooms$626.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner$26.44
Average High Speed Internet Bill$35.00
Average Electric Bill$86.95
Average Cable TV Bill$54.00
Average Phone Bill$23.12
Marshall, MI Transportation Costs
Dial-A-Ride: Adult In-Town$3.00
Dial-A-Ride: Adult Out of Town$4.00
Marshall, MI Activities Costs
Marshall Blues FestivalFree
Marshall Bluegrass Festival - Thursday Tickets$10.00
Marshall Bluegrass Festival - Friday and Saturday Tickets$20.00
Marshall Bluegrass Festival - Children under 12 yrs oldFree
Marshall, MI Historic Home Tour$20.00
Christmas CandleLight Walk$20.00
American Museum of Magic - Adults$5.00
American Museum of Magic - Children$3.50
G.A.R. Hall Civil War Museum$3.00
Honolulu House Museum$5.00
Marshall Postal Museum$3.00
Capitol Hill School Museum$2.00
Grand Army of the Republic Hall Museum$2.00
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