OKLAHOMA CITY, OK--(Marketwire - Dec 21, 2012) - American Web Loan (www.americanwebloan.com) has reported that the company's recently-launched FlexLoan short term lending program has become embraced by consumers nationwide. 

Introduced in the fall, American Web Loan's FlexLoan is a proprietary short term loan facility created by the company to provide fully customizable payment options to borrowers. Included in the exclusive lending facility is a secure, online personal log-in empowering clients to manage their own loans based on their individual financial position. 

"American Web Loans is fully committed to serving as the most flexible and customer-friendly online short term lender in the industry. We have had an overwhelming response to our Flex Loan program with clients citing the loan as a timely and welcome option," said Jamie Schumann, General Manager of American Web Loan.

Consumers interested in learning more about AmericanWebLoan's FlexLoan are encouraged to visit the company online at (www.americanwebloan.com).

About American Web Loan:
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.

Contact Information:

SSA Public Relations
Elliott Chang