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Money Tree's goal is to become one of the leading retail financial services available to customers. Money Tree strives to do so by making their workplace an enjoyable and professional setting and by creating a positive impact on the community where they do business.
The employees at Money Tree are committed to this goal every day. Money Tree focuses on their customer's needs and wants so that the company can continue to exceed what their customers' expectations. Money Tree understands what their guests want, and the company makes a point of listening to their requests and suggestions. In this way the 1,200 Money Tree employees create a fun and professional environment in which to work. Money Tree looks for opportunities to help those in need and give back to the community in any way that it can.
Money Tree was recognized as one of Washington's "Best Workplaces" in the Puget Sound Business Journal, and as one of the "Best Companies to Work For" in the Washington CEO magazine in 2007.
The History Of Money Tree
On October 31st, 1983, in a town called Renton, Washington, Money Tree opened its first branch. Three owners ran that business together, and their names are Dennis Bassford, Dave Bassford, and Sara Bassford. They were everything in one: payment center staff, teller, and managers. They helped customers, cleaned the store, and did the accounting, as well as dealt with any returned checks from the bank.
In 1985, Money Tree opened their second store on Fairview Avenue, and the company began offering cash advance loans in Boise, Idaho in 1988. Over the next six years Money Tree opened one to two stores every 12 to 18 months, growing at a steady rate. By 1994 Money Tree stores could be found all around Washington and Idaho. In 1998 the company began entering California, continuing to Nevada in 1999 and Colorado in 2003.
More services have since been added since the first branch opened in 1983. Not only does Money Tree offer check cashing services and cash advance loans, the company also has money orders, fax services, and Western Union services. Money Tree sells postage stamps, pre-paid gift cards, pre-paid phone cards, and prepaid MasterCard debit cards. Money Tree even has Coin Tree coin counting machines at some of their locations.
Money Tree is politically involved at both the state and federal levels. The company is involved with state and national trade associations, and Money Tree strives to give back to the communities in which they operate. Money Tree believes that they are leaders in the industry of customer service, with a terrific work environment, and the company strives to maintain the upmost professionalism in the business.
Among all the states that Money Tree operates in, there are 125 branches open today. Every month, new stores open up, and Money Tree would love for customers to visit them to see how hard the company strives for excellence.
Money Tree would be happy to hear from customers that have comments, questions, concerns or suggestions. Customers can reach Money Tree by calling their Headquarters at 1-800-745-1011.
Money Tree Services
Money Tree prides itself on being one of the top cash advance and check cashing services on the West Coast today.
Money Tree employs over 1,200 people in their 125 branches in the following states: Washington, Idaho, California, Nevada, and Colorado. Money Tree handles money transactions that many banks will not, or that other check cashing places won't either. Money Tree tries it best to meet their customers' financial needs by working hard and saying "Yes" as often as possible.
Money Tree also cashes all kinds of different checks, as well as offers short-term loans to customers with the added incentive of doing it better than anyone else. Money Tree offers as many services as it can, including money orders, wire transfers from Western Union, prepaid debit cards, long distance cards, and the use of fax machines. If customers cash a check or get a cash advance loan with Money Tree, their money order is free on the spot.
Money Tree tries its best to fill the financial niche within the various communities, just as a small convenience store does within the food market.
What Are Money Tree's Cash Advance Limits?
Each state abides by a different set of rules and regulations concerning the use of payday loans. Money Tree's limits per state are as follows:
Customers can receive:
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