- Monthly rate:
- Loan term:
- 18 months
- Weekly repayments:
IF YOU BORROW
£550 over 18 months at a flat rate of 180% per annum (fixed) with a representative 770% APR
YOU WILL MAKE
18 monthly payments of £113.06, repaying £2,035.08 in total
Standard personal loan term is 18 months. The interest we charge is directly related to the length of time you have your loan.
Representative example if you borrow £550 over 18 months at a flat rate of 180% per annum (fixed) with a representative 770% APR you will make 18 monthly payments of £113.06, repaying £2,035.08 in total.
Max APR 937.8% (based on £550 over 18 months). All loans are subject to eligibility & affordability criteria. Late payment or non-payment may result in additional fees such as court fees. Click here for our renewal policy. Over 21s only, T&Cs apply.
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