Tina, from Perth, applied for a quick cash loan as soon as she found out her 15 year old son had been selected for the WA Touch Rugby team.

She decided nothing was going to hold either of them back from travelling to Brisbane for the state championships!

Tina applied for a quick loan from Fair Go Finance to help with all of their travel costs and before she knew it she had the cash in her account.

Tina told us; “The service was quick and efficient. Fair Go Finance is absolutely the best provider I have dealt with in regards to getting a loan.”  

We followed up with Tina once they returned and it was good news all round! They won!

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