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State Kansas
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Kansas)
Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms 7-30 days
Finance rates 15% of loan
Finance charges $15
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 390%

7637 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, KS 66204

Kansas

Overland Park

2910 Se California Avenue, Topeka, KS 66605

Kansas

Topeka

1113 E Santa Fe Street, Olathe, KS 66061

Kansas

Olathe

133 E 3rd Street, Newton, KS 67114

Kansas

Newton

3015 S 4th Street, Leavenworth, KS 66048

Kansas

Leavenworth

1019 Washington Road, Newton, KS 67114

Kansas

Newton

4625 Shawnee Drive, Kansas City, KS 66106

Kansas

Kansas City

3375 E 47th Street South, Wichita, KS 67216

Kansas

Wichita

4007 Parkview Drive, Pittsburg, KS 66762

Kansas

Pittsburg

2205 S 4th Street, Leavenworth, KS 66048

Kansas

Leavenworth


Frequently asked questions about kansas city loans

  • I purchased a 1995 Honda Civic in 2000. The original United Missouri Bank in Kansas City, Mo. is no longer there. where I had my loan. I have tried calling Jay Wolf Honda in Mo. and they keep referring to other banks that keep giving me the run a round. I need to get the title. I never received it. Any suggestions? It has been paid for long ago.
  • The active successor institution for United Missouri Bank Of Kansas City, National Association (FDIC Cert: 13601) is UMB Bank, National Association (FDIC Cert: 8273) 1010 Grand Boulevard Kansas City, Missouri 64106
  • I live in Kansas city, Missouri and I haven't really looked into many schools yet im still in highschool ill be a senior this upcoming schoolyear. But there is the Kansas city art institute which is in the plaza. And I was looking at Gnomom school of visual affects In California, but that gives NO degree and it's about 25k a semester, they just teach you realllly good skills to make an excellent portfolio. So my question is.. Is it worthit to go to a school and NOT get a scholarship, or should you go to one and get a degree? I'm thinking a degree, but I also have NO idea of what school to go to, I don't mind going out of state, but I'm probably going to be paying for this all by myself..
  • This is a private business which is not regionally accredited. That means that its credits are not respected by other schools and universities. Its tuition fee is higher than that of almost every legitimate university and art school in the USA. You should be able to learn to make a portfolio at your local community college. The Kansas City Art Institute is regionally accredited, but I do not know if it is a good school. The least expensive way to study art is to major in it at your state university. Do not take out student loans in any case. It is almost impossible for most art graduates to support themselves, let alone repay loans with interest.
  • I'm heading up to Kansas City for college and I'm going to be looking for a job. Does anyone know any places that would be more likely to hire me, being Trans FTM? And would my college be any more or less likely to hire me for a work study job becuase of my situation? I'm really going to be needing a job, cause my parents refuse to contribute and loans arent going to cover living expenses and everything that i need. Any trans guys or girls in kansas city know of anything for me? Thanks.
  • I'm FTM as well, also in college. I haven't had any difficulties finding jobs around where I am. I'm also not in Kansas City though, I'm in Texas. I did work study with no problems. The only time I ran into an issue, was when I worked for my university and due to it being work-study and related to financial aid, financial aid wanted to know why I wasn't registered with selective service. So I had to get all that b.s. straightened out, but then after that, I had no problems. The main problem I ran into was finding a job in a college town with like 20,000 other college students looking for jobs. But I had a job part-time off campus as well and that was a data entry/survey/phone caller person type job. Which frustrated me, because I'd call people and get called "ma'am" on the phone, but it made pretty good money so I stuck with it, until I started my college rotations. As part of my rotations, I've even worked in various hospitals with no problems and no issues about me being trans. Has your name been legally changed yet? Your gender marker on your driver's license, etc? Because I know before mine, it did sometimes come up as an issue. Even after my name change it came up once on a job background check because my social security number used to run my background check came back with my old name and my new name, so they thought I was a fraud risk. *edit* well..being pre-t and pre-hormones and pre-name change it's going to be difficult. All my trans friends who were in that situation had to go by their birth names and in some cases their birth sex or what people assumed they were (like if they worked in retail and people called them "maam" and stuff like that) Also, because of paying taxes and writing your check, the name needs to match the name on your ID. It sucks, but it's stuff trans people have to learn to deal with unfortunately. They don't call this transition thing a "journey" for nothing.
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  • since ur pre-t, and without a name change yet, i think u should go with your "old" you. having ftm friends trying to find jobs, only the one on T were able to get a job as themself. the other ones had to go with their old ID only because of the government n money issue. after a while though, they told their employer and they understood and started calling them by their real name, but still payed them with their old ID until they finally started T and changed officially their names. not being Trans, i hope that still helped u out a little
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