Posted by | Category Blog | Date 22 November 2018

Black Friday Statistics

The Black Friday frenzy is upon us! Whilst the 'holiday' used to be a way for American companies to see their profits to go from the red into the black after Thanksgiving, the discounting day has become a worldwide phenomena and the UK has jumped on the bandwagon. Here are some quick stats on Black Friday for you: Expected spending to be £7 billion this year, up from £4.5

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 12 November 2018

Archbishop Welby Fails To Get Momentum For Loans Alternative

Britain's Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has failed to get momentum in his war against 'high cost loans.' The regularly outspoken minister has always spoken openly about his war against high cost loans such as payday loans and other forms of high cost-credit. The Archbishop received a recent surge to his campaign against high cost lending when the market leader's Wonga, recent announced its administration. This comes falling an

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 24 October 2018

How Many Guarantor Lenders Are There in the UK?

There are around 12 official guarantor lenders in the UK, making it quite a small but effective industry. The first lender was Amigo loans which emerged in 2005 and the other lenders followed suit.  You can find statistics about the industry here.     Guarantor Loan Comparison is an aggregator and comparison website for the main lenders in the country, helping you compare rates and find the best lender

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Posted by | Category Uncategorized | Date 12 October 2018

What are budgeting loans?

A budgeting loan is essentially a loan which provides extra money to those in society who are on benefits. This extra money is lent out in order to help people on benefits who are struggling to buy necessities and essentials. Unlike benefits, however, you will be required to pay back a budgeting loan. What can a budgeting loan help you pay for? Furniture Household equipment Rent in advance Costs which

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 01 October 2018

Should you pay back your student loan?

Many people would love to get their student loan out of the way and just pay it off and be done with it. A question many people who find themselves with a bit of extra cash is, “should I use to pay off my student loan?” This is actually a very interesting question as the higher fees set at £9,000 are, in a way, designed to not ever be

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