£200 to £750
£100 repaid 28 days later
Representative Example: £600 for 4 months. Interest £398.68. Total amount payable: £998.68 in 4 instalments. First payment in 30 days. 4 payments of £249.67. Interest rate 292% per annum (fixed).
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QuidMarket (quidmarketloans.com) prides themselves on customer service, as their excellent reviews prove. As a direct lender, QuidMarket does not charge any upfront fees, and they won’t charge you if you are unsuccessful. They give commitment to being transparent, having all repayments clearly explained before you sign for your loan. Undertaking affordability checks, and assessing each application on its own merits show that QuidMarket is indeed a reliable, and responsible lender.
Being a trading name of Stagemount Ltd, QuidMarket is a direct short-term lender that won’t charge any upfront fees at all for applying for a loan with them. As well as receiving great customer service from QuidMarket’s customer care team, all the information you need to make a decision to apply is clearly displayed on their website. That means all the costs and interest rates are displayed before your application is completed, which allows you to decide whether this product is right for you or not. QuidMarket has no hidden charges or fees, and what you see is what you pay.
And with good history, you will be able to borrow between £200 and £750. They have a low Representative 1246% APR. Once your loan is approved, the funds will be deposited into your bank account, depending on your bank, you may be able to have access to the funds on the same day your application is approved and has received the final decision.
To qualify for a loan, you need to be of at least 18 years old, a resident of the UK, have a current bank account with a Direct Debit facility, a Debit Card, and employment with a take home salary of at least £1000 per month. Then, you may qualify for a Quidmarket loan, subject to affordability checks.
Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk