On November 23, 2010, the supervisors in Los Angeles County passed a ruling that could well force some residents to seek a cash advance. That ruling banned the sale of medical marijuana in unincorporated areas of L.A. County. As a result, users living in those areas would need to travel a longer distance, in order to obtain their desired remedy.
Now if a resident using medical marijuana had a limited income, then he or she might need to go after a cash advance, in order to travel that extra distance. In going after that cash advance, the user of a natural remedy should find it relatively easy to get the desired funds. He or she must simply gain access to the Internet.
Once seated at a computer and once having clicked onto the appropriate web site, he or she can simply complete and submit the short online form. The request for such a cash advance does not require the faxing of many documents or the ability to show proof of collateral.
Approval of that advance is almost guaranteed, even without presentation of information about a cosigner. The needed funds should soon appear in the designated bank account. They will be wired into the account, using a safe and secure procedure.