Credit Extra Cash are a broker offering loans of between £100 and £1,000, or £1,000 to £5,000. Representative APRs at Credit Extra Cash are very competitive, with the smaller loans at 1733% and the larger loans at just 125%. Based in London, Credit Extra Cash work closely with a large panel of lenders of all types, giving you the best possible chance of finding the right loan for you.
What Is The Criteria For A Loan With Credit Extra Cash?
To apply for a loan with Credit Extra Cash you must be aged 18 years or over, a full UK resident with a valid UK bank account and be in permanent employment. During the application process, you must be able to provide full details of your employer as well as all of your outgoings and expenses, this helps them decide which lender to pass your application to.
As a Broker, How Do Credit Extra Cash Find Me a Loan?
Credit Extra Cash work with a very large panel of direct lenders, all of whom are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). They will use your details to assess which lender on their panel is most suitable for you and will direct your application in the right direction.
What Are The Benefits of Applying With Credit Extra Cash?
Unlike direct lenders, Credit Extra Cash has access to more than one option. With just one application they are able to search the whole market to find the best loan that suits your circumstances.
How Much Does a Loan With Credit Extra Cash Cost?
Here are two representative examples of loans available through Credit Extra Cash for their short-term and instalment loan options:
Short-term Loan Example:
- Amount of credit: £200 borrowed for 15 days- Interest rate: 292% per annum (fixed)- Representative APR 1733%- Total amount payable: £224
Instalment Loan Example:
- Amount of credit: £2000 borrowed for 24 months- Interest rate: 84% per annum (fixed)- Representative APR 125%- Total amount payable: £4185.07
Company Number: 7929994
Credit Extra Cash are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
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