27 Cash Advance uses a 128-bit Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption to transmit all sensitive information.
Besides that we have additional security measures, such as a firewall to prevent any external threats as well as regular server vulnerability scans. 27 Cash Advance does not store any of your sensitive information on its servers.
Phishing is any attempt to steal sensitive information from you by someone pretending to be a lender. For example, an email asking for your account number or password pretending to be from a lender, sometimes using lender's brand logos.
Beware of scams, no lender will ever contact you with a pre-approved offer for a loan if you have never applied for it on lender's website or on 27 Cash Advance.
If you want to stay safe, remember the following signs of loan scams:
Forward all phishing emails to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also file a report with the Federal Trade Commission at https://reportfraud.ftc.gov/