Fix My Finances Loans offer a large panel of unsecured and secured lenders who may have just the loan you need and are looking for. To see if you qualify, simply click on the banner and fill out the application form.
Personal Loans (from £2,000 up to £25,000 and over 6 months) Representative 49.90% APR. Representative Example: Borrowing £4000 over 36 months, repaying £195.16 per month, total repayable £7025.76. Interest rate 49.9% (variable). Representative 49.9% APR (variable).
The loans offered on this website have a minimum repayment term of 6 months and maximum repayment term of 60 months. Lending rates vary from 3.3% to a maximum APR of 277.5% APR depending on your circumstances and loan amounts are from £2,000 to £25,000.
Fix My Finances Loans for bad credit
Fix My Finances Loans are for people with all types of bad credit, and have one of the highest approval rates. We can also help those who are unable to deal with the inflexible terms of major banks and finance companies.
If you want to apply for quick and easy Fix My Finances Loans for any purpose just simply complete the on line application form. Clicking on the links and banner will open the application form in a new window.
As a leading broker, Fix My Finances Loans has relationships with many top lenders. We only deal with reputable lenders – many of which are owned by major banks.
Let Fix My Finances Loans do all the work for you. It’s what we do best. You are under no obligation to take any loan offered by using our online personal loans service.
Using the information you provide we can search hundreds of big and small named lenders in seconds, finding YOU the best matching loan for your application.
We do not charge a fee for this purpose, and you are under no obligation to commit to any of the loans we find on your behalf.
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