|Glenfield-Jane Heights||←||in North York||→||Hillcrest Village|
Located in the north central area of town in North York, Henry Farm was settled in 1806 by Henry Mulholland who came to Canada from Ireland and later became the 10th Premier of Ontario. Since that time the community has grown enormously, and now warrants its own representation in municipal government. As it is now an officially designated neighbourhood, it gets a city councillor who at the time of this writing is Shelley Carroll.
Being largely residential, there are no payday loan stores in this neighbourhood whatsoever. The only recourse for people who have cashflow issues is to either leave the neighbourhood and go do somewhere like Don Valley Village, or go online. If online is the choice you make, and we sincerely hope that it is, then we believe My Canada Payday will offer the best possible service for your payday loan needs.
Our entirely online process gives you the maximum level of convenience possible. The only physical things you need are a computer running either Windows or Mac OSX, or a smartphone/tablet running either iOS or Android. In terms of qualifications, you need to be employed, 19 years of age or older, and earn at least $1000 per month. We have and will accept extremely bad credit reports, and depending on the circumstances we will often accept borrowers who have no credit report at all. Give us a call and see what we can work out.