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American Web Loan Extends Options to Clients Affected by Hurricane Sandy

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — (Marketwire) — 10/31/12 — Responding to the needs of its clients impacted by Hurricane Sandy, American Web Loan () is offering a range of special payment options designed to ease financial concerns during the aftermath period.

American Web Loan clients in the affected areas are invited to call American Web Loan toll-free 877-636-1353.

“American Web Loan has built its business by building trust among our thousands of clients nationwide. In the wake of this devastating hurricane, we want to extend various payment options to those affected by the Hurricane as a way to assist them during this sensitive time,” said Jamie Schumann, General Manager of American Web Loan. “Our thoughts and prayers are with our clients in the affected areas, and everyone who has been in harm-s way.”

American Web Loan is a tribal lending company that is wholly owned by the Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Indians and its members, a sovereign nation located within the United States of America. AWL is dedicated to providing short-term financial solutions to Americans in need. Since its formation in 2010, American Web Loan has built a nationwide reputation for spearheading the industry-s most innovative financial products backed by a singular commitment to client service excellence. The company combines an unparalleled team of experienced and dedicated financial professionals with state-of-the-art online technologies to successfully meet emergency financial needs. In addition to its sought-after portfolio of loan choices, American Web Loan offers comprehensive customer loyalty and financial education programs expressly designed to help solve money challenges in the short-term and improve clients- lives in the long-term. American Web Loan is a member of The Native American Financial Services Association (NAFSA), formed in 2012 to advocate for Native American sovereign rights and enable tribes to offer responsible online lending products.

SSA Public Relations
David Syatt

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