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Rockford, IL Cash Advance and Title Loans

Loan Options in Rockford, IL Loan Limit*
Cash Advance/Installment Loans $2,500
Title Loans $4,000

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What to Bring to the Cash Store

Bring These Documents to Complete Your Application

  • A recent paycheck stub or other proof of income
  • The most recent checking account statement (account must be open 30 days)
  • A personal check
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

Customer Testimonials in Rockford, IL

"The manager and employees know me by name, which makes me feel special. I like the personalized attention, i.e. how my day was, how work was, etc. I'm not just a number to them, but a whole person with a life. Also, they take the time to explain my loan to me and answer questions about where and how my money goes to principal and/or interest. They are professional and yet friendly. I've never had to wait very long and they always acknowledge everyone who comes in immediately. Every visit is great!." - Sharon S.

Cash Loans Rockford IL

1120 E State St, Rockford, IL 61104

Phone: (815) 963-7700

Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat


1 mile east of Rock River. 2 blocks east of the Swedish-American Hospital.

Public Transit:

A bus stop is located 200 feet to the west of the Cash Store along State Street.

Driving Directions:

From IH-90 exit State Street (Business 20). Head west on State Street for 4.5 miles. The Cash Store will be on your right between N. 9th Street and N. Longwood Street in the same building as Subway.

Rockford Cash Advance

4221 E State St, Rockford, IL 61108

Phone: (815) 397-2900

Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat


2 miles north of Apline Park. 4 miles west of Rockford College.

Public Transit:

Bus stop in front of the Cash Store along State Street.

Driving Directions:

From IH-90 exit State Street (Business 20). Head west on State Street for 3 miles. The Cash Store is less than a quarter of a mile on your left past Alpine Road, in a strip mall across the street from Tuffy Auto Repair and Tire Center.

Title Loans Rockford IL

3134 11th St Ste A-2, Rockford, IL 61109

Phone: (815) 226-4500

Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat


1.5 miles northeast of Riverdahl Elementary School and Don Schmid Park.

Public Transit:

Bus stops in front of the Cash Store along 11th Street.

Driving Directions:

From Business Hwy .20 exit 11th Street. Go north on 11th Street for half a mile. The Cash store will be on your right in the 11th Street Plaza next to Little Ceasars and the 11th Street Currency Exchange.

Rockford Payday Loans

2410A S Alpine Rd, Rockford, IL 61108

Phone: (815) 226-4300

Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat


1.5 miles south of Alpine Park.

Public Transit:

Bus stops available along S. Alpine Road.

Driving Directions:

From Hwy. 20 exit Apline Road. Go north on Alpine Road for 4 miles. The Cash Store will be on the right just past Harrison Avenue in the SE corner of the Alpine Village Shopping Center, next to Curves.

More facts about Rockford, IL

Rockford, Illinois was founded in 1834 and quickly grew into a center for manufacturing. Early settlers were amazed at the lush forests that surrounded the area and gave the Rockford the nickname, “Forest City”. It was this abundance of nearby trees that fueled the growth of the furniture industry which propelled Rockford to become the nation’s second largest manufacturing city. As time passed, the Forest City would also become a powerhouse in heavy machinery, aerospace, and automotive manufacturing.

In February 2012, Forbes Magazine named Rockford the ninth most miserable city in the nation. This designation got even worse in 2013 when the city was named the third most miserable city behind Detroit and Flint, Michigan. The struggling manufacturing economy and the loss of jobs were the biggest reasons Forbes gave Rockford this dubious distinction. Even with the current economic climate, Rockford has a positive outlook. According to, the 10 year job growth rate is projected to increase by over 24%. Another aspect that Rockford can be proud of are its tree lined streets and public gardens. With over 7,000 acres devoted to parkland, Rockford has changed its nickname from the “Forest City” to the “City of Gardens”.
Rockford, IL Living Costs
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom $499.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms $802.00
Average Cost of Dinning Out - Dinner $45.00
Average High Speed Internet Bill $30.00
Average Electric Bill $141.65
Rockford Mass Transit - Adults $1.50
Rockford Mass Transit - 4 yrs old and under Free
Rockford Mass Transit - 5 to 11 yrs old $.75
Rockford Mass Transit - Students $.75
Rockford Mass Transit - 65 yes old and over Free
Rockford Mass Transit - Disabled $.75
303 Taxi Fare - Flag Pull $4.00
303 Taxi Fare - Rate per Mile $2.00
Rockford, IL Activities Costs
Klehm Arboretum and Botanical Garden $6.00
Anderson Japanese Gardens $8.00
Discovery Center Museum $8.00
Burpee Museum of Natural History $15.00
Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum and Gardens $7.00
Midway Village Museum $7.00
CoCo Key water Resort $15.00
Rockford, IL Sporting Event Costs
Rockford Foresters $6.00
Rockford IceHogs $8.00
Rockford Aviators $7.00
Rockford Rage $15.00
Rockford Ravens Rugby Free

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