Quick News

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.

Friday, 06 May 2016 07:37

Who Wins when Wonga Fails?

The lending brand Wonga reported massive losses again yesterday, although reporting that they expected 2016/2017 to bring better times. With much of social media seemingly happy at the downturn of the lender, we thought it…
Quick Loans Ltd about to launch a new lending product and whilst doing our research we noticed that something looked a bit odd with at least on of our competitors. Someone has been a bit…
Thursday, 07 April 2016 04:51

QuickAllLoans.com Warning - Do not use

We have become aware that this site has been setup using our Interim Permission number, claiming to be us. The site is a fraud and will ask for payment upfront from people in exchange for…
Dear Borrowers You may have heard that the FCA took over from the OFT. The FCA gave us a window of January 1st to March 31st 2016 to apply to extend our interim permission. Unfortunately,…
This isn't going to be popular to say but the people of Port Talbot deserves everything they get when it comes to their Steel Plant closing. Looking at it objectively, they voted for an MP…
The hypocrisy shown by the very people who force rules and regulations knows no bounds and reinforces the grotesque chasm between rich and poor. We were dumbfounded that Mr Osborne's budget revealed The Money Advice…
A bitter pill or foul taste the budget has left here at Quick Loans central today. It seems that our very own Chancellor, Mr Osborne endorses controversy. He will, apparently, do right by the next…
Yet more evidence emerges of contradictory political scruples in the wake of the report from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) into the energy industry as it rejects blanket price capping. What’s good for the…
The Prime Minister is rapidly losing the few strands of credibility he had left with more scaremongering about leaving the EU. The financial doom is he is now predicting is totally and utterly impossible mathematically.…
Shocked by the recent findings from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation that 10 of the UK's 12 most struggling towns and cities are in the North of England? Not us here at Quick Loans. Yet again,…
Dear Dan Jarvis We write openly to you in the capacity as a Barnsley constituent and previous local employer in the constituency. This letter is in a response to you and your campaign to stay…
Thursday, 07 January 2016 22:14

Self Cert Update

As many of you are aware, we are involved in the launching of SelfCert.co.uk We have received a few emails this week requesting more information about when it will launch and if we are still…
Sunday, 27 December 2015 08:55

Another Christmas On Credit?

First of all let us start by wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a great New Year. It’s our first day back today and we thought we would dig out our stats for the run…
In the week that the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 0.25%, we will examine and show you why it makes zero sense. Why it is more about saving face than the economy and how…
It went sort of unnoticed, but the Chancellor signalled another massive blow to the finance industry in the UK on Wednesday. Standing in for the Prime Minister at Prime Minister’s Question, he said that he…
We are pleased to announce that as of January 2016 we will be at the forefront of bringing back Self Cert mortgages to the UK through our new sister site. Self Cert mortgages are important…
We wanted to take 5 minutes to stop and write a little bit about how to defeat hackers and keep them away from doing harm to customer’s details. It comes in the aftermath of the…
We read with interest an article in the Daily Mail relating to the 2014 Apprentice winner Mark Wright and how his business Climb Online, is – if you read the article – going from strength…
It’s been in the news again, the Competition and Markets Authority have released a report claiming that customers could save up to £70 per account by switching to another bank. Yet again however the CMA …
It is really starting to worry us now that the Chancellor George Osborne is trying to emulate the failure that was Gordon Brown. Not only has the Chancellor borrowed some his failed processor’s polices but…
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