findlender.uk is a broker, not a lender, and works with an exclusive range of lenders in return for a commission fee. We don’t directly offer loans. We allow customers to access our network of UK short term and installment lenders through our online form. We match customers with lenders in our network. For more information Click here.
You could borrow between £100 and £2500.
The online application takes a few minutes to complete. Find Lender will then run your application through our network of lenders in an attempt to match you with a qualified lender. This process takes minutes. If your application is accepted, you will be forwarded to the lender’s completion page so that you can sign for your loan electronically.
Your funds will be transferred electronically into your bank account via electronic transfer.
In most cases, if you are accepted by a lender, the transfer into your bank account could happen as early as the next business day. This will vary depending upon your lender as well as your financial institution. If you have additional questions regarding the transfer time, please contact your lender.
The eligibility criteria varies by lender. There are, however, standard criteria requirements that you will be expected to meet in order to apply. This includes the fact that you must be aged 18 years or older, live in the UK, have an active bank account into which you can receive direct debits and have a regular source of income.
findlender.uk does not run any credit checks; however, we are a matching service and the lender we match you with may do so as part of the application process.
For a typical 30 day loan of £400, our Representative APR is 728.9%. Please note that your APR is likely to differ from this figure, as no two applicants are the same. No loan terms are truly typical or representative, and your credit profile might have an impact on the loan terms a lender offers you.
If you have any issues repaying your loan, please contact your lender directly. They will be able to discuss repayment options with you. If you have more serious concerns about managing your money, you may contact Money Advice Service (www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk). Money Advice Service offers free advice to those who need to manage their money more effectively.