We are proud to be a responsible instalment loans broker, and work hard to maintain that reputation. We always work towards these aims:
We will also:
These aims mean a lot to us and we’ll constantly work towards them. If you feel that we haven’t lived up to them, please let us know using our details on the “Contact Us” page.
It’s important to know that the company you’re dealing with is contactable and accountable. Look for some real contact details like a phone number and physical address, as well as their licence number on either their home page or their ‘about us’ page.
It’s important to be sure you can afford to repay a loan before you take one out. If you can’t, then it can become a more expensive option. It’s definitely worth budgeting if you haven’t already. If you’ve not done it before, you’ll be able to find plenty of freely available budget advice, tools and information online. If you can’t afford a loan, we recommend that you don’t apply.
Monthly repayments are made automatically, after they’ve been set up at the same time you agree to a loan. If you do not have the cash in your account when it’s due to be repaid, you could incur penalty fees and extra interest. We strongly recommend that you repay in full and on time.
Instalment loans are intended to be a short term solution to financial issues like emergencies or unexpected bills, or affording something that you want to take longer to repay. They are not intended to be a regular part of your finances, or to cover household expenses on a regular basis. If you have long term debt issues, it is worth looking for independent financial advice.
You shouldn’t need to pay for financial advice, as there is plenty freely available online and in person. To begin with, we suggest looking at the Citizens Advice Bureau , or the Government debt advice site You can also go to an independent debt advice charity. Be wary of anywhere that offers debt advice in return for up-front fees.