Who is Bree?
In need of quick cash? Bree offers you up to $250 at 0% interest! No credit check needed. While tips are entirely optional, they greatly assist us in serving other Bree members.
What does Bree do?
At Bree, they're here to help Canadians facing financial challenges. With over 50% of the population living paycheck to paycheck, traditional banks and payday lenders often fall short in meeting their needs.
Why do people use Bree?
Bree aims to be a more consumer-friendly financial partner, starting with providing access to your earned cash sooner. Say goodbye to overdraft fees and interest payments by signing up for Bree's overdraft protection of up to $100. Join Bree on the path to financial freedom.
How do advances work?
Is Bree safe?
Your safety is paramount to Bree. We're committed to being the financial partner you can wholeheartedly rely on and trust. Rest assured, there are no hidden fees. They believe in complete transparency, ensuring you always know exactly what you're paying for. Your satisfaction is top priority, and Bree's mission is to provide you with the best services at the most affordable prices. Your financial well-being is in good hands with Bree.
When will I get my advance?
When you request an advance through the app, you'll have two delivery options: Standard and Express. The Standard option is free and takes up to 2 business days for your advance to arrive. In contrast, the Express option incurs a small fee but delivers your advance in less than 3 hours. Once your advance has been confirmed, you won't be able to change the delivery speed, so choose the option that suits your needs best. Standard advances will be deposited into your checking account, while Express advances will be sent to your connected debit card, providing you with quick and convenient access to your funds.
What do people use Bree for?
Bree is here to help with your bills. You can request one advance at a time, and receive up to $10 in your checking account within days or even hours (with a small fee for express delivery).
Will my credit be affected?
Getting an advance won't affect your credit, and there are no late fees or penalties.