Money3 is a finance company that provides:
- Car loans up to $35,000 over periods of up to 36 months with a focus on great service for customers who traditional credit providers ignore.
- Cash loans up to $8,000
Since 2000, Money3 has been assisting people from all walks of life in a variety of financial circumstances.
Come to Money3 whenever you need Small Cash Loans, Small Personal Loans, Car Loans and Vehicle Finance, Secured & Unsecured Loans. We believe that everyone deserves a second chance.
Devoted to leading the transformation of the consumer lending industry in Australia, Money3 is a responsible lender that is dedicated to assisting the 2.65 million Australians who are financially excluded.
Money3 operates a 55 branch network throughout Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland and Tasmania.
Money3 Head Office is located at Level 1, 40 Graduate Road, Bundoora, VIC 3083 and service our Vehicle Finance & Online Finance from here.
Money3 Corporation Limited is a licensed credit provider and a member of The Credit & Investment Ombudsman (CIO), an external dispute resolution (EDR) scheme, approved by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Getting in Touch
For more information about our products & services and how we can assist, you can either;
- call us on 1300 666 393
Money3, in accordance with the requirements of the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 has lodged the following annual public report
National Credit Providers Association (NCPA) Member
The National Credit Providers Association (NCPA) is the peak national industry body representing the Small Amount Consumer Lending Industry in Australia. NCPA takes very seriously its role of driving self-regulation of the industry, by assisting and guiding lenders in the provision of fair and safe credit under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009. Most importantly, NCPA strives to promote and protect the rights of customers by ensuring lenders are applying responsible lending practices. NCPA works closely with members and policy makers, to maintain a viable small loans industry that provides responsible lending and vital financial inclusion to around 1 million Australians a year.^
Ref: ^CoreData, 2015 Consumer Credit Industry Report