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Need Some Quick Cash? Try Checking the Mail

A couple of weeks ago, you received a check from 1st Franklin Financial. Did you know it was a real check? Time is running out to cash the check, so let us help get you the funds you need!

Three Ways to Get Started with 1st Franklin Financial™

Starting your relationship with 1st Franklin Financial is as easy as 1 – 2 – 3! Below we have provided several different options for you to cash your check or to reach out to a representative for more help. 1ˢᵗ Franklin Financial Corporation is in the business of helping our friends and neighbors make their way through life with the dignity and respect they deserve. Since 1941, we have worked in local communities to provide financial solutions for our customers and their families.

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Sign and Cash

This is a live check, so go cash it! Simply provide your signature, phone number, and first three digits of your social on the back of the check and head to your local bank.

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Stop by a Branch

We sent you a check for a set amount, but there’s a chance you qualify for more! Stop by your local 1st Franklin Financial Branch to see how we can support your unique financial needs.

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Give us a Call

Don’t want to get out of the house? No problem! Call your local branch to speak with our “Friendly Franklin Folks” about your check or to see if you qualify for more funds.

Approval and actual loan terms depend on your ability to meet our credit criteria (including annual income, debt ratios, and credit report and history) and the availability of collateral. Annual percentage rates vary depending on your credit profile and state restrictions. For example, a customer with a good credit history and minimum gross income requirements may qualify for a loan with an APR of 21.99%. Maximum APR’s vary by state. 1st Franklin Financial Corporation, NMLS #141654, Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee #5656. Active duty military, their spouse or dependents covered by the Military Lending Act (“MLA”) may not pledge a vehicle as collateral.