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Im looking to take a small loan out, not anything more than £100 but can`t seem to find any good websites, apart from payday but they keep rejecting me and says that if i keep trying they won`t accept…
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
Im looking to take a small loan out, not anything more than £100 but can`t seem to find any good websites, apart from payday but they keep rejecting me and says that if i keep trying they won`t accept. so looking for some good sites.
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Why dont you just speak with your bank for an overdraft? Probably be free for that amount
#2
provident start with small loans but charge HUGE interest

can you not borrow from friend/family?
#3
DO NOT GO TO PROVIDENT.

it might be tempting, but the apr is like 100 if not more
#4
Agree with woz, ask the bank for a OD for such a small loan.
#5
Try looking to see if there is a local credit union, interest is 1% per month and no penalties for paying up early, in fact if you do then you pay less interest overall, no credit checks but you need to commit to paying in a set amount for 8 weeks or more a regular amount, only need be a tenner, but you can then borrow double what you have in savings with them at a repayment rate to suit your budget. I use them for emergency needs.
http://www.abcul.org/page/index.cfm

Borrowing from your credit union is great value.


Most credit unions loans will cost you no more than 1% a month on the reducing balance of the loan (an APR of 12.7%). What this means for example is that[COLOR=RoyalBlue] if you borrowed £1000 over 1 year, you would repay no more than £1067[/COLOR] in total.
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provident
Loan amount
[SIZE=4][COLOR=Blue]£ 500.00[/COLOR][/SIZE]
Weekly repayment
£ 15.00 [SIZE=4][COLOR=Blue]
Total amount payable[/COLOR][/SIZE]
[SIZE=4][COLOR=Blue]£ 840.00[/COLOR][/SIZE]
[SIZE=7][COLOR=Red]Typical APR
183.2%[/COLOR][/SIZE]


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[mod] 1 Like #6
Bottom fell out of the gambling market??? ;-)
#7
Syzable;2820622
Bottom fell out of the gambling market??? ;-)

LOL I didn't even notice Levis the leg-end was the OP.
#8
Syzable
Bottom fell out of the gambling market??? ;-)




:lol: :lol: ....... :thumbsup:
#9
Every rejection is a black mark against any future credit....so you've no chance :whistling:
#10
I'd use PayDayUK and Quidco.... they don't do credit checks and you won't lose any money if you only get £80.

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