Leading Funeral Financing Provider Announces Endorsement from State Association
LendingUSA, the #1 provider of at-need financing, has announced its seventh official state association endorsement of the year from the Georgia Funeral Directors Association (GFDA).
Founded in 1899, the GFDA is the oldest and largest funeral home association in Georgia. They encourage high standards of excellence and ethical practices for members as well as provide training and vital information, with membership affiliation in the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA). Its partnership with LendingUSA offers several unique benefits.
“Georgia Funeral Directors Association is proud to partner with LendingUSA in offering our members an additional avenue to serve the families in their community.”
Nathan Stanley, GFDA President
The most trusted choice for funeral directors offering at-need financing, LendingUSA offers families a low monthly payment option through a fast, online point-of-sale system. GFDA members are eligible for a special pricing discount on non-prime loans.
“We’re excited to work with the GFDA and help give families the option of financing their loved one’s funeral, says Mike Testa, LendingUSA’s President. “This partnership provides the opportunity for more at-need families to take advantage of low monthly payments for funeral expenses.”
LendingUSA is the #1 funeral financing solution in the country, and the only financing option of its kind endorsed by the GFDA. Its mission is to redefine how families pay for funerals, with pre-approval decisions in seconds and fast, direct funding to funeral homes. Designed to help funeral home owners grow their business, it helps limit undercutting by competitors and the need for recourse or collections.
For more information on LendingUSA, GFDA members can call (800) 574-9945 or sign up for a free demo at go.lendingusa.com/gfda. All loans are made by Cross River Bank, a New Jersey State Chartered Bank. Member FDIC.
About the Georgia Funeral Directors Association
GFDA is the oldest and largest funeral service professional association in the state. Founded in 1899, the association offers continuing education forums featuring timely, cost-effective and highly informative topics for funeral directors and embalmers. Their goal is to facilitate a basic understanding of the funeral and grief process so that families are better equipped to deal with the loss and ultimate closure of significant relationships in their lives.