Loans can be taken out for reasons including, but not limited to: real estate, personal, and student. The bank application for these types of loans are often lengthy and lead to disappointment. To even be considered for a loan, banks take a look at your income stability, if it is not up to their standards they deny the application right away. More often than not, people find themselves struggling in this economy, and making ends meet is a hard task. With this problem, the simple solution to your financial crisis is by taking out a title loan. If you are just starting out with little to no credit, and in need of fast cash a car title loan in Salisbury, MD is your best bet.
How Does the Title Loan System Work in Salisbury, MD?
The only thing we ask of you before submitting the free online application is to make sure that the car you are giving as collateral is nearing it’s final payments. Other than that, you provide us the make, model and year on the form and we give you a valuation for free. With the phone number you give us, our loan representatives will call you answering any questions you may have, and help you make sure that this is the right process for you. We can also locate the title loan site closest to you to make this proceeding more convenient.
If you decide to go through with it, we ask that you bring these items:
- Photo ID
- Proof of Residence
- Car Title
It is important to bring the vehicle to the site. The lender will evaluate your car and give you a final amount for the loan. The better condition your car is in, the more money we can approve you for.
If you do not currently possess your vehicle title, you can get it at this MVA:
Address: 251 Tilghman Rd, Salisbury, MD 21804
Phone: (410) 768-7000
Consumer Protection in Maryland
The state of Maryland regulates consumer sales which include secured and unsecured loans. If you are a victim of a breached contract, you can contact the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation to investigate your case. They may be able to assist you in what steps you need to take in the event of unlawful practices.
You may reach them at:
Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation
Address: 500 N Calvert Street Suite 402, Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 230-6100 or (888) 784-0136
To submit any specific inquiries and/or complaints:
Phone: (410) 230-6077
To take a more local approach, you can also submit a complaint through your local police department:
Salisbury, MD Police Department
Barbara Duncan, Chief of Police
Address: 699 W Salisbury Pkwy, Salisbury, MD 21801
Phone: (410) 548-3165
In case you need to hire a Consumer Law Attorney, here is a list of agencies in your area:
Jennifer Ward Treff
Address: 109 South Second Street, Denton, MD 21629
Phone: (410) 479-2800
Bennett James Wills
Address: 401 E. Pratt St Suite 2415, Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 696-3311