Lombard, IL Payday Loans and Title Loans

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Loan Type Loan Limit
Payday Loans $865
Cash Advance$865
Title Loans$4,000
Installment Loans$2,500
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For Payday Loans, Cash Advances, and Installment Loans:

  • 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

For Title Loans:

  • If you live in Illinois only, 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
  • Vehicle you own and the title
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

Visit the Cash Store in Lombard, IL

The Lombard, IL Cash Store is located on E. Roosevelt Road about 1 block east of the National University of Health Sciences. We are currently offering payday loans, cash advances, title loans, and installment loans. So if you are looking for a place that offers personalized loans, then wait no longer and stop by the Cash Store today. You can speak to a friendly Cash Store employee and review your options. Just take a look below to review our store information.

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Payday Loans Lombard IL
266 E Roosevelt Rd, Lombard, IL 60148
Phone: (630) 629-8583, Fax: (630) 916-8261
Store Hours: 9-7 M-F, 9-3 Sat

Landmarks:

The Cash Store is located 1 block east of the National University of Health Sciences and 1 mile southeast of Glenbard East High School. Look for the McDonld's located next to the Cash Store.

Closed Holiday Schedule:

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

Driving Directions:

From IH-355 take the Hwy. 38/Roosevelt Road exit. Turn left at the light and head east for 2 miles. The Cash Store is located on the left at the intersection of Roosevelt Road and Stewart Avenue.

Public Transit:

Bus Stop on the corner of Roosevelt Road and Stewart Avenue.
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More Facts About Lombard, Illinois

The first large wave of settlers began to arrive in the area now known as Lombard, Illinois during the 1830’s. In those early days, Lombard was called Babock’s Grove. The town did not officially change its name to Lombard until 1869, the same year it also became an incorporated city. In the late 1840’s, the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad was built through Lombard which allowed local farmers to have direct access to markets in Chicago. This started a boom period for Lombard and the city saw rapid development in the form of building construction and increased population.

Many of Lombard’s early inhabitants were abolitionists. As a result, the city was a very active participant in championing the Union cause during the Civil War. In particular, two of the city’s residents made a name for themselves during this time. Sheldon Peck used his home, now known as the Sheldon Peck Homestead historic landmark, to help hide refugees traveling along the underground railroad. Another resident, Doctor William Leroy, became famous as an artificial limb manufacturer for Union soldiers injured in the Civil War.

Lombard is also home to several notable museums. The Victorian Museum is a historic home built in 1882 that is set up to show visitors what a typical home would feel like in the 1880s. The Sheldon Peck Homestead, built in 1839, allows you to experience the pioneer way of life in old Babcock’s Grove through exhibits, living history, and educational programs. Lombard also presents several festivals and parades throughout the year. The largest of these festivals is the annual 16-day long Lilac Festival and parade which includes a concert series, a Mother’s Day Brunch, an arts and crafts fair, and tours of the local parks.

Lombard, IL Facts
Year of Incorporation1869
Area10.45 square miles
Estimated Population 43,395
Estimated Number of Households17,405
Average Household Income$68,612.00
Lombard, Ill Living Costs
Median Home Cost$181,800.00
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom$1,149.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms$1,339.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner$48.50
Average Electric Bill$89.20
Average High Speed Internet Bill$45.95
Average Phone Bill$28.60
Average Cable TV Bill$50.95
Lombard, IL Activities Costs
Annual Lilac Festival and ParadeFREE
Taste of Lombard - General Admission$3.00
Taste of Lombard - 9 yrs and underFREE
Sheldon Peck Homestead - General AdmissionFREE
Sheldon Peck Homestead - Suggested Donation$2.00/person
Victorian Cottage - General AdmissionFREE
Victorian Cottage - Suggested Donation$2.00/person
The Underground Railroad in Babcock's GroveFREE
Enchanted CastleAttractions and rides range from $3.00 - $6.00/Person

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