Unfortunately, your payday loan request has been rejected by all the lenders we work with (including Wonga, QuickQuid, Payday UK, MyJar and 24 other Lenders). This is most
likely due to issues with your credit score. Continuing to look for a pay day loan with another provider right now could worsen this situation.
We suggest that you look at your credit report through one of the providers below and/or look at other forms of finance which may be more suitable to your
financial circumstances. These options include poor credit Credit Cards, LogBook Loans or Debt consolidation Loans.
Guarantor loans can be a useful way to obtain a loan if some support is needed for the application – for example, in situations where the loan applicant is not that old or not particularly financially stable. This type of loan is just like any other loan, except that it is backed up by a guarantor. It offers a more flexible type of borrowing and means that someone who may not otherwise be able to get finance could be approved for a loan.
How does a guarantor loan work?
Who can be a guarantor?
Why is a guarantor acceptable?
How can you find a guarantor?
What are the guarantor’s responsibilities?
Who can’t be a guarantor?
How do you apply for guarantor loans?
What about affordability?
How are guarantor loans different?
CashLady.com is a credit brokerage website owned and operated by Money Gap Limited. We are not a lender and do not provide credit to consumers. If you make an application through this site it will be shown to a selection of UK based lending partners for careful consideration. Applicants must be 18 years or over and approval is subject to status. We will never charge a fee for our service, but do receive a commission from lenders following successful introductions originating from this website. Any information we provide is for the strict purpose of illustrating the lending process only and does not constitute any form or financial or legal advice.
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*This varies from lender to lender, some lenders may take up to 48 hours to deposit funds in your account.