Early Bird (Before March 1, 2018)    
      Regular Rate     
 CFSA Member
 $1,095.00  $1,295.00
 Non-Member  $1,595.00  $1,795.00

CFSA offers a special rate for non-members who sign up to become a CFSA Member when registering for the conference. New members will receive the CFSA Member conference rate of $1,095, and a reduced membership rate of $2,500 for the first year. (Savings of $2,500) through the early bird cut-off date of March 1, 2018.  After that time, new members will pay the regular rate of $1,295 per attendee.

Contact us at (703) 684-1029 or to learn more about the benefits of being a member of CFSA and the competitive advantage your business can gain by belonging to the industry's largest trade association.


CFSA's Conference & Expo the industry’s largest gathering of short-term credit lenders and service providers. Whether you’re an industry veteran looking to navigate new and complex regulations or new to the industry and looking to build relationships, CFSA's Conference & Expo provides the competitive advantage that every professional needs.

Join your peers and industry leaders at CFSA’s 2018 Annual Conference & Expo for the access and opportunity you need to network, learn and evolve for tomorrow’s consumer credit marketplace.


Member Price Verification

The published registration rates are subject to the membership status of your company at the start of the conference. Should your company membership status change between the time of registration and the start of the conference, you may be subject to a change in your rate.


Send requests via email with "Registration Substitutions" as the subject line to and include a $50 processing fee. In order to guarantee that your name will appear on the final registration list, your substitution request must be received on or before March 19, 2018.

Cancellations & Refunds

Send requests via email with "CFSA Cancellations" as the subject line to See below for the refund schedule:

  • Received on or before March 2, 2018: Full refund minus $100 processing fee for attendees, $500 processing fee for exhibitors.
  • Received between March 3 and March 19, 2018: Refund of 50 percent of the registration fee minus $100 processing fee, $500 processing fee for exhibitors.
  • March 20, 2018: No refunds after this date.

PHOTO/VIDEO DISCLAIMER: By registering for and attending this event, you agree that your image and voice recording may be used at any time, without further notification, for printed materials, web sites, social media, live-streaming, webcasts, and other marketing and educational purposes.

SOLICITATION DISCLAIMER: CFSA does not publish phone and fax numbers or e-mail addresses and is not responsible for phone calls, faxes or emails sent to registrants by third-parties using lead generation software or other means.

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