Frozen Pea Fund helps people who need cash get it fast through a lender matching service. One of the most popular questions we receive is “where did the name Frozen Pea Fund come from?” and there is a cute story behind it.
The owner of Frozen Pea Fund has a young daughter who hated to each vegetables, peas in particular. He tried everything to get her to eat them, but nothing seemed to work. As a last resort, he offered to put $1.00 in her piggy bank every time she at her peas. This did the trick and not only did she start eating peas they became her favorite food! Every time they were in the grocery store she asked daddy to buy here frozen peas.
The family now jokingly refers to all the money they put in her piggy bank as the “Frozen Pea Fund” hence the name of this business. Frozen Pea Fund is here to help you get money when you are in a pinch and fill your piggy bank back up.
Frozen Pea Fund provides a payday lender matching service; we do not broker loans. Lenders will at their discretion perform credit checks if they deem it necessary. By completing an application, you consent to a loan lender reviewing your information and contacting you by email or telephone.
The Truth in Lending Act requires all banks to disclose all fees associated with your payday loan. Completing an application does not require you to accept the loan, and it does not mean you will receive a loan. Completing an application is simply a request to see if you would qualify and to receive more information.
Loan interest rates and the amount you are approved for will vary depending on the state you live in. To find out what your interest rate will be before applying, please review your local state laws. Interest rates will be higher than a loan from your bank because most people that apply for payday loans are considered high risk to the lenders.