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Wailuku Payday Loans

Wailuku Payday Loans

Do you live in Wailuku and need a cash advance?

We don’t have a location here in Wailuku, but our closest office is just a few miles away in Kahului at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center. Not all our services require you to stop by in person. In fact, you can apply for a Micro-Credit Cash Advance via our website right now. Go to https://www.paydayhawaii.com/apply. Or call us at 873-0609. We have many other financial services to meet your payday needs. Visit us at https://www.paydayhawaii.com to find out more.

Do you need quick cash in Wailuku?

We make it easy and convenient for you to solve your cash-flow problems. Consider a short-term cash advance to tide you over and see you through this rough patch. You can get a MicroCredit Cash Advance today against your posted dated automatic debit payment draft on your payday. Quicker and with less hassle than a payday loan.

Do you have an unexpected expense in Waliuku?

Even the most organized person can have an emergency–a medical crisis, a car repair, or utility bill–and need quick access to cash, or just something to tide them over until payday. MicroCredit Cash Advances at PayDayHawaii are easy to apply for, and offer quick access to cash much more cheaply than the overdraft fees you would incur if you bounced checks – and no damage to your credit rating. PayDayHawaii’s MicroCredit: The best solution to your short-term cash needs.

Need a payday advance but short on time in Wailuku?

Open a Micro-Credit Account and you’ll be able to send your cash advance request to your PayDayHawaii store ahead of your arrival. Your contract and cash will be ready and waiting-all you have to do is “Sign & Go!” Call ahead or send a text, and stop by at lunchtime or after work. Try doing that at a payday loan store!

Top 5 Things to Do in Wailuku

1) Market Street: Featuring colorful wooden storefronts with restaurants, bakeries and shopping makes Wailuku’s Market Street a delightful place for a stroll. On the first Friday of every month Market Street closes to traffic after 5:30. Wailuku’s First Friday celebration includes street vendors, live entertainment and food.

2) Bailey House Museum: Built in 1833, it was occupied by the family of missionary teachers Edward and Caroline Bailey. Today it is a museum featuring a collection of Hawaiian artifacts including objects from the sacred island of Kahoolawe. Outside, there is a lush garden with native Hawaiian plants. The gift shop features items made in Hawaii.

3) Iao Valley State Monument: Just west Wailuku this park has some easy hikes on paved paths where you can stop by the Iao Stream or view the native plants. It is a lovely valley with the Iao Needle as the featured attraction. It rises more than 2,000 feet from the valley floor. Parking is $5 for visitors and free to Hawaii residents.

4) Kepaniwai Park: This park is a memorial to Maui’s ethnic heritage. You will see thatched-roofed Hawaiian hales, a New England saltbox-style home, a Portuguese-style villa and dwellings from other cultures. Next door, the Hawaii Nature Center with interactive displays exhibits and easy hikes for the whole family. This is a great location for a picnic.

5) Ke’Opuolani Regional Park: This of 110 acre park is the largest park in the County of Maui and includes seven playing fields and a running path, gym, pool, skate park, and grass amphitheater. The park is centrally located in Wailuku and is adjacent to the Maui Arts and Cultural Center.  The War Memorial Complex the site of the annual Maui County Fair.

PayDayHawaii’s closest location to Wailuku is Kahului. Click here to find us.

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