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Borrow between £1,000 and £5,000 over the course of 6 or 12 months. 118 118 Money offer an online account to manage the loan and variable APR rates with no additional fee charges.
AZUREmoney is trading name of Beauly Financial Services Ltd. A London based credit provider that provides unsecured personal loans to their customers.
Bamboo give customers the option of loaning between £1,000-£8,000 which can be repaid in as little as 12 months or anywhere up to 60 months. APR rates remain fixed throughout the agreement.
Take out fast, smaller loans with CashASAP, with loans starting from £100 and capped at £750. Repayment terms of 35 days or up to 3 months. First-time customers can borrow a maximum of £400.
A payday loan with Cash Float can be repaid between 3 and 6 months, with amounts ranging from £500 up to £1,000. Agreed interest rates remain fixed during the loan term.
Dot Dot Loans offer loans between £200 and £1,000, with repayments staggered across 3, 6 or 9 month increments. Anyone with bad credit is also welcome to apply.
Drafty loans start from as little as £50 with a maximum amount of £3,000 available. It is a line of credit that remains open for as long as you need providing there are no payment defaults.
Borrow between £1,500 and £15,000 with Everyday Loans, with repayment terms varying between 18 and 60 months. They are a direct lender and interest rates are fixed.
Options to take out a short-term loan of up to £1,000, with repayment term options of 2 to 4 months. Ferratum are no longer accepting loan enquiries since the start of COVID-19 in March 2020.
A peer-to-peer lender that enables you to borrow between £50 and £500 which must be repaid within 3 months in equal instalments. They offer no late or early repayment fees.
Lending Stream loans start from only £50, with the maximum loan amount capped at £1,500 on a 6 month repayment plan. They promise a fast decision and near-instant transfer of funds.
Choose between repayment terms of 12, 24 and 36 months for loans between £500 and £5,000. Likely Loans promote a simple application process and welcome people with bad credit.
Loan Pig loans range from only £50 up to £1,500. You can repay the full amount (plus interest) anywhere between 1-12 months. APR rates are fixed for the full loan period.
Apply for a loan of up to £2,500, or for as little as £250 with Loans2Go. They are a direct lender and offer repayment terms of up to 24 months.
Moneyboat give you the option to borrow between £200 and £1,500, which can be broken down into 2, 4 or 6 monthly instalments. Interest rates are fixed at 0.7% per day for duration of the loan.
Loans at Mr Lender start at £200 and range up to £1,000. 3 and 6 month repayment plans are available, with no late fees for missed payments.
MYJAR loans range between £100 and £2,000, which can be repaid in 3, 6 or 12 monthly instalments. They also state it is possible to save money if the loan is repaid early.
Oplo (Previously 1st Stop Loans) position themselves as a specialist lender for tenants and homeowners. Unsecured personal loans range between £500 and £25,000 which repayment terms from 1 to 7 years.
Payday Express were a former lender who offer short-term loans to customers. They stopped offering new loans to customers in October 2017 and are no longer trading.
Payday UK was the sister company of Payday Express, offering short-term payday loans. Similarly, they also stopped trading in October 2017.
Cash On Go Ltd traded under the name Peachy and previously offered short-term loans between £100 and £1,000. The company went into administration in March 2020.
You can loan between £50 and £1,000 pounds with Pixie on repayment terms ranging up to 90 days. They also state that people with all credit history types can apply.
Quick Quid were previously a direct lender who offered loans up to £1,500. The company went into administration in October 2019 and no longer offer any loans.
Customers have the option to take out anywhere between £300 and £1,500 with Quidmarket and repay over a 3-6 month period. Repeat customers may be offered more flexible terms.
If you use SafetyNet Credit’s Smart Top-ups option, it will automatically top up your account before you enter into your overdraft. First-time borrowers can request between £100-£500, repeat customers up to £1,000.
Satsuma allow you to borrow up to £1,000, with loans starting from £100. Repayments can be anywhere between 3-12 months. No fees are applied for any late payments.
Apply for loan between £300 and £3,000 with Savvy. Repayment terms are 8, 12, 15 or 24 months. However, loans for 24 months are currently only offered to existing customers.
Sunny is a trading style of Elevate Credit International Limited. They market themselves as a provider of “fast and flexible loans” providing short-term loans to customers with an emphasis on providing a fair service.
Since entering into administration in December 2019, Swift Sterling are no long accepting new loan requests. Previously they offered short-term loans of up to £1,000.
The Money Platform allow you to repay loans ranging from £250-£1,000 across a 4, 6, 8 or 12-week period. They are a peer-to-peer lender connecting customers with private lenders.
The Money Shop went into administration in October 2019 and are no longer trading. This means the short-term loans that used to be offered are no longer available.
Loans of £250 up to £1,500 were once made available through Trusted Quid. The company is now closed and no longer trading.
Uncle Buck are not accepting new loan applications after going into administration in March 2020.
Wageday Advance went into administration in February 2019 with most existing loan accounts transferred to Shelby Finance Limited.
Loan amounts start at £300 and are capped at £1,000, with repayment terms from 1 to 36 months. No early repayment fees are applied as is no interest for the period when you did not have the loan.
Wonga ceased lending and went into administration in August 2018. Previously they offered short-term loans to customers.