£100 to £500
£100 repaid 28 days later
Representative Example: Loan £200 for 15 weeks. Borrowing £200 + Interest £100. 15 weekly repayments of £20.00. Total to repay: £300
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Pinewood Finance (pinewood-finance.co.uk) is a family-run business, with a strong build of experience as they were established in 1980. Here in Pinewood Finance, cash loans and Love2Shop vouchers are delivered straight to your door by their friendly local agents. They have a commitment to always treat the customers fairly and professionally. And as they are transparent, they will always explain the pricing of their products clearly and simply, and you won’t have to fear about any hidden charges. They will not allow the customers to have more credit than they can afford, because they are a responsible lender. Here at Pinewood Finance Co Ltd, their home collected loans offer the flexibility and likeness of a weekly repayment schedule.
They do Home Credit, a friendly and personal service that provides small loans with affordable repayments that will be collected every week right at the customer’s doorsteps! Their idea of home credit, is that “customers feel in control of their credit, and are comfortable able to make the repayments”. It is therefore a very sensible way to finance unexpected short-term shortage of funds.
As soon as you get approved, your cash will be delivered to your door within days. There are no hidden charges whatsoever in Pinewood. Providing fast cash also doesn’t give you any hidden charges.
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Anonymous in London 2017-12-27Value : Simplicity : Customer service :
Can\'t give any stars at all cause they couldn\'t turn up when they said they would do. Don\'t tell people that you\'re coming a certain time or day if you ain\'t gonna turn up also only having your agents going to areas once a week is absolutely absurd, especially if they don\'t turn up on that day like they\'re meant to.
Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk