We accept

 Debit

 Cards

2%

Discount

 for Cash

12  MONTHS  SAME  AS  CASH

IF your credit application is approved by Lendmark Financial Services,

you can have 12 months to pay for your purchase – at no extra charge to you. Lendmark will set you up on a payment plan.

CAUTION: if you miss a payment or are late, you will be required to pay the interest.

You can apply for credit from the privacy of your own home.  When filling out the credit application on-line, please choose the GREENSBURG, PA  branch office.

Credit application for Lendmark Financial

Our local Lendmark Financial office is staffed by qualified and caring local people from our area. It is located close to Greensburg, near the Red Lobster Restaurant. For more information, you can call them at , or visit their office at

No Credit needed,

90-Day Payment Option

 You can apply for credit from the privacy of your own home. It costs you nothing to apply.

ACIMA Credit Application

If you need to establish some credit, this could be a good option.

If you are approved by ACIMA, they will set you up on a 12-month payment plan.

There is a $50.00 fee (+ $3.00 tax) at the time of purchase.

Payoff within 90 days and they will simply close your account for the amount financed + $10.00.

The good part is that if you payoff within 90 days, you can have something you need or want, and you can establish your credit, and it will only cost you $63.00 extra ($50 fee + $3 Tax + $10 buyout fee).

It is a rent-to-own contract, so you will not actually own the merchandise till it is completely paid-off. The payments are automatically taken from your bank account and/or credit card. If you make the payments for 12 months, you will be paying a lot more than the purchase price, but it could still be good if you really need something.

Acima is looking for four things.  (1) Do you have a three-month history with your current employer or source of income?  (2) Have you had a checking account for at least 90 days?   (3) Do you deposit $1,000 or more into your checking account each month?  (4) Is your checking account free from NSFs, excessive overdrafts, and negative balances?