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Our News service is sometimes tongue in cheek but the messages and accuracy are top level. We report on things long before main stream media.

Quick Loans has announced that ­­­it has just completed the purchase of the Cheque Centre with the aim of relaunching the brand. The Cheque Centre was once the second biggest lender on the UK’s high…
Renting. Apparently, everyone’s into it. In fact, it is so normal to rent a house these days that the government has been advised to put plans in place to develop more renter’s rights, and has…
To say we’re one of the world’s richest countries and boast many things that lure foreigners to our shores in their droves, we’re not half a country of thickies. Sound harsh? We think it’s just…
Wednesday, 20 June 2018 05:35

We are the victims, not the borrowers

The mainstream media took another swipe at the lending industry this week when they ran a story documenting how there was a 57 per cent rise in the number of complaints from consumers relating to…
Recently something rather odd has been happening in finance and even we are not sure what the reasons for it are. Just why is there now a trend in finance to separate brands and lenders.…
Another tax on business is just about to go live in the form of GDPR. The problem is that GDPR will significantly increase costs for small business and won’t ever lead to single prosecution. It’s…
Do you dream of owning your own home? Dream on!Sounds harsh, doesn’t it? But isn't it best to be realistic about the hopes rather than being fobbed off by politicians? According to figures recently released…
The Government has confirmed that they intend to widen the qualifying criteria of the “Debt Respite Scheme” (which is more commonly known as Breathing Space) so that more people can take advantage of it. We…
We've always known it, but now it seems that even the public agrees. A recent survey conducted for Polls.co.uk shows that the charity sector now has a lower approval rating than short-term lenders. Including losing…
We are always going on about the importance of saving and having something stashed away for emergencies and retirement. Financial stability gives people peace of mind and means that the sticky situations that life can…
Sat with smirks on our faces we have been watching the Facebook privacy saga unfold here at Quick Loans. The hysteria of the media and Facebook users has been priceless, if not a little irritating.…
We are looking for a writer / journalist to join our respected news section here at Quick Loans office in Barnsley as soon as possible. The position can be full or part-time depending on the…
Monday, 26 March 2018 16:49

Could FaceBook Go Bankrupt?

With all the trouble that Facebook has been facing recently, the question has to be asked, could they go out of business? Our answer is yes and they probably will within 3 years. FaceBook is…
It’s not all that often that we get a little bit serious with our news updates but on this occasion we feel that it is right and just to do so. A man could be…
This site has been warning people for the last 6 months not to buy BitCoin, it’s not just a bubble, and it is an almighty mega bubble like the world has never seen. But something…
With the recent cold spell affecting many homes in the UK over the last week, it has brought me to pose a simple question, Are you pay too much? Home energy can be one of…
One of the most surprising things about this winter is the number of people who are applying for credit so that they can fix their cars due to damage from pot holes. As local Council’s…
About 6 months ago this site was laughed at when we said that lenders were on the verge of pulling out of the UK market if the short term credit cap was not lifted. In…
Crash Indicators Are Starting To Appear – Again Adverts on TV For Secured Loans – Rising A lot of financial journalists will often cite data from banks and Governments to help predict the next crash.…
Interest will stay low Don’t listen to pundits in the media Rates might even go negative in 2019 We have always subscribed to the thought that interest rates are going to bounce along the bottom…
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