We Fix Money Review

We Fix Money ReviewWe Fix Money says they can get you $1000 as soon as tomorrow, and that is the way to avoid costly overdraft fees and charges. They also say that you can use their service to avoid about bouncing a check. Another reason they give to go with them is that you can avoid late fees. This is all done online and they say that it is quick and easy, safe and secure, and that your privacy matters to them.

Unlike other website they actually say that this a four step process, instead of a three step process. The four step process as they see it is to fill out a simple, which they are referring to their application form, then they match you up with a lender. The third step is that you get results fast, and the fourth step is you accept the terms and conditions provided by the lenders and then you get your cash.

Make no mistake, this is not a lender, but rather a service that find you at lenders based on the information that you provide on the application form. One nice feature to the website is that it is completely secure, even the homepage is secured so you can feel free to fill out the application and not worry that it is being intercepted by a third party.

We Fix Money Review

We Fix Money is providing a pretty good examples of how to run a site like this, and you’d be surprised how many other website out there try to do this, but fail miserably. For example you might find a website that has an application that is not secure. It’s unbelievable that some businesses expect you to fill out the application on an insecure server specially when the information is so sensitive, including your contact information, employment information, and banking information. You might as well just send that information over to an identity thief if you’re going to send it over an insecure website. But here they have this covered by giving you a secure site much like you’re fine at Facebook and Google.

Chat Service Is Not Real
They feature a chat service, and it says that you can chat with an agent. When testing out the chat service we noticed that it is not actually staffed by a real person, but rather provides you with answers to frequently asked questions in the form of a chat window. This is a little misleading, and they could have called it something else like a frequently asked questions chat, but they make you think that you’re chatting with an agent when is quite obvious that you’re not chatting with an agent and this is somewhat misleading to the end user.

Phone Support Is Lacking
When you call their toll free number, you won’t be put in touch with a customer service representative, you’ll be greeted with an automated system. This automated system basically only wants you to do 1 thing, and that is fill out their application form using the phone. Actually, they would prefer if you filled it out at their website, and they recommend the phone application only for someone that doesn’t have access to a computer or smartphone. However, if you were just looking for questions to be answered then you have gone to the wrong place and they will not put you through to a live operator unless you want to fill out the application. So between this and the phony chat window, it becomes apparent that they are not really trying to provide any sort of service, but really just trying to get you to fill out the application so that they can send it off to actual lenders.

Our Recommendation
We Fix Money has put together a nice website, and everything seems to work well, including the encrypted application page. However, you have to wonder if they are the best service to go with because they don’t provide anything in the way of third party support, and it is very clear that they simply want to process your application so they can get paid. Again, you are not going to pay anything extra to use the service, it is free for you to use, the fees are paid by the lender if you decide to take a loan with them.

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