£50 to £1500
£100 repaid 28 days later
Representative Example: Amount of credit: £200 for 28 days. One total repayment of £244.80. Interest: £44.80. Interest rate: 292% pa (fixed).
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QuickQuid is one of the leading online payday lenders. They suit their tagline of “Quick Loans to Suit You” very well as they offer quick and clear terms, protect your information, prioritize your satisfaction.
QuickQuid is a trading name of CashEuroNetUK, LLC, which is incorporated in the United States and has its head office in Chicago. This lender is well-known and notable for providing the customers with two borrowing options, namely FlexCredit, which you must repay from between 1-10 months; and Short-Term Loan, which allows you to borrow and distribute repayments for up to three periods.
The maximum loan amount is £1,500 for existing users. You will be paying between £20 and £29.50 for every £100 borrowed, and that depends on your credit score.
Your credit history and repayment ability determines your loan amounts and credit. Upon approval, the funds can be sent to you in as quickly as 10 minutes. In most cases, provisional loan decisions may take up to 30 minutes, as those are subject to verification checks.
You have the ability to change your repayment schedule or payment amount, through their website. However, you are not allowed to reduce the amount within two business days prior to the repayment date.
To apply for QuickQuid loan, you’re required to have the following in check:
Company information Registration No: FC027527 Website: www.quickquid.co.uk Phone: 08082344561 Address: 483 Green Lanes, London, N13 4BS FCA registration Reference No: 603395 Trading names: Quick Quid, Bill For Later, Pounds To Pocket, Slow Pay, Extend My Bill, Cashnet Uk Place of business: 23 Austin Friars, London, EC2N 2QP Data protection registration Registration No: Z9919587 Data controller: CASHEURONETUK LLC Address: 23 Austin Friars, London, EC2N 2QP
Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk