Come and visit Cash Store if you are in search of a cash loan. We are located on the south side of Graham along Hwy. 16 across from Walmart. We offer a variety of loan options such as title loans and installment loans. For more details stop in and speak to a Cash Store team member.
Graham, Texas, is a small city of 8,800 residents located about 100 miles west of Fort Worth, TX. It is home to the oldest continuously-serving community college in Texas, North Central Texas College. The city was founded in 1872 by two brothers, Colonel Edwin Graham and Gustavos Graham, who established the city as their location for commerce. In 1980, oil was discovered near Graham causing a boom in the city’s population. Unfortunately for Graham, the oil did not last and the good times were short-lived.
For people who want to take in Graham’s rich and diverse history, the city offers a walking tour of its historic downtown. Landmarks include spots such as the “Courthouse Archway,” which is the only remaining remnants of a courthouse built in 1884. After touring downtown, people can check out the Old Post Office Museum & Art Center, which showcases a gallery of artwork and city artifacts dating back to Graham’s founding. Finally, Graham is also one of a few cities in Texas to still have a fully operational drive-in theater.
For people interested in outdoor activities, Graham is an open city with abundant nature, full of hiking trails, parks, and is a popular destination for hunting and golf trips. The Graham Country Club Golf Course is open to the public and was ranked by the Dallas Morning News as one of the best 9-hole golf courses in Texas. Every month, the city hosts a ‘trade day’ on a Saturday where local collectors and traders come to Fireman’s Park in downtown Graham to sell and trade their wares.
Subject to loan approval. Loan terms and availability may vary by location. Vehicle is subject to evaluation for title loans. In Texas, the Cash Store is a Credit Services Organization and Credit Access Business. Loans are provided by a non-affiliated third-party lender. An advance of money obtained through a payday loan or auto title loan is not intended to meet long-term financial needs. A payday loan or auto title loan should only be used to meet immediate short-term cash needs. Refinancing the loan rather than paying the debt in full when due will require the payment of additional charges.
This business is licensed and examined by the State of Texas – Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner. Call the Consumer Credit Hotline or write for credit information or assistance with credit problems. Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner, 2601 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78705-4207, 1-800-538-1579, email@example.com, www.occc.state.tx.us.
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*Loan Amount is subject to loan approval. Loan terms and availability may vary by location. Approval rate based on complete applications received across all Cash Store locations. Customers can typically expect to receive loan proceeds in less than 20 minutes; however, processing times may vary.
Loans / Advances are provided based on approved credit. Cottonwood Financial uses a proprietary model to evaluate the creditworthiness of each applicant for credit. Vehicle is subject to evaluation for title/auto equity loans. Please see the Licenses and Rates page for additional product details.
Cottonwood Financial offers consumer credit products that are generally short-term in nature and not intended for long-term borrowing needs. In Texas, Cash Store is a Credit Services Organization and Credit Access Business. Loans are provided by a non-affiliated third-party lender.
Customer Portal residency restrictions apply. Availability of funds may vary by financial institution.