Bluegrass Check Advance 300WESTERN KY (3/15/13) – SurfKY News is now a proud advertiser for Bluegrass Check Advance Services (BCA), which are located all across various regions of Kentucky.
 
BCA focuses on fast and affordable payday cash advance loans from your pay-check or monthly income.
 
All you need to apply for a payday loan at BCA is a current pay stub or proof of income, current bank-statement, driver’s license and social security card. BCA does not require a credit check in order for approval for loan. First time customers receive their loan with no fee or interest included, and interest on any loans following will be rated depending on the amount of loan received. BCA offers 14-30 day pay-day loans, depending on your pay period. Peace, Love, and Cash; that’s the BCA motto.
 
No matter what town you live in, there is likely a BCA located near you. Listed below are the Western Ky. locations:
 
Powderly, Ky.
121 Copper Creek Dr. -P.O. Box 107
(270) 377-3646
 
Russellville, Ky.
669 N. Main St.
(270) 725-5155
 
Madisonville, Ky.
100 Madison Square Dr.
(270) 821-1616
 
Hopkinsville, Ky.
2311 Fort Campbell Blvd.
(270) 885-0111
 
Leitchfield, Ky.
636 S. Main St.
(270) 259-0047
 
Glasgow, Ky.
810 W. Main St.
(270) 629-5717
 
Franklin, Ky.
507 N. Main St.
(270) 586-8233
 
Bowling Green, Ky.
1527 31 West By-pass
(270) 842-5252
 
Visit the Russellville location on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Check-Advance/147640128580731.
 
Powderly location on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Check-Advance/161955783828888.
 
Madisonville location on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Check-Advance/125582337497256.
 
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Jessica Frodge
SurfKY News
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