I’m a 30 year old single mother named Egge Brody.
I know my name is kind of far out, my father named me that.
He was a real hippie back in the early 70s, and the epitome of a
women’s rights activist. My
mother was active in ‘the good cause’ as well as throughout my childhood.
They instilled in me a deep respect for a woman’s individuality,
rights, and a determination to make this world a fair and just place for
my child and grandchildren.
In the 80s my father cut his hair and put on a suit
and found himself working in the loan trade, specifically unsecured
personal loans. As a
know-it-all teenager, I would often criticize my father for what I saw as
him taking advantage of people in unpleasant situations.
The 90s were good to my parents financially, as the decade was to
many. Dad started his own
business, and getting away from the traditional brick & mortar
paycheck cashing situations, and was one of the pioneers of electronic
Unfortunately, my father was associated with some of
the unscrupulous business-types that made up this industry in the past,
and when he died a few years ago, they tried to steal his share of the
enterprise from me. Much to
their dismay and surprise, in a recent David and Goliath court settlement,
I was awarded the entire company.
My first thought was now that I’d won it, what did
I want with it? Since his
death, I was more concerned with not letting the thieves have it, than I
was in operating it myself. I
then began to ponder how I could use my father’s hard work and
infrastructure to help women in need.
After studying the issue, I found that in my younger years I had
fallen victim to the liberal press in regards to this type of venture.
I asked myself, how many of the people condemning payday loan
companies have actually felt the fear and humiliation of bouncing a check.
Have they had to make a choice between baby formula and gas in
their car, or have paid a babysitter the last $15 dollars to their name,
or have went to bed listening to their stomach’s growl so that their
child could eat. How many of
these people would lose everything they had if they missed just one
paycheck, or maybe even just one day’s work?
With these ambitions in mind, and my father’s entrepreneurial
spirit driving me…Ms. Payday Loans has risen out of the ashes of a
lengthy, exhausting court battle, and I now continue with my father’s
past endeavors in the hope of helping my fellow women.
I truly appreciate you visiting my site and enjoy
receiving your input regarding ways to further women's rights and betterment
How does this
work? First: apply online by clicking the "Click
for Overnight Loan" button or the "Secure
link. We use Secure Loan Processing to express process
your application so you can be funded on the next banking
day if possible. They handle all the processing and
initial customer service. If your loan doesn't get
processed in a timely manner, they don't get paid so they
are highly motivated.
We have a toll free fax: 1-877-410-2274. Fax all
required documents to this number.
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