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We Told You So - Another Major Lender Pulls Out Of UK

This site was laughed at when we said that lenders were on the verge of pulling out of the UK market

Rates Rising
What will happen if interest rates rise to 5% APR

Ever wondered what would happen if interest rates went back up to a more normal 5% APR? 

Fake
Lenders that have positive public reviews that are almost certainly fake

We started to notice that almost all of our competitors have thousands of public reviews. Without a shadow of a doubt, let us tell you now – they are 99.9% fake.

Uni Student
Mis-sold Your Student Loan? Join Our Legal Challenge

We are looking for a mixture of 10 current and former students who feel they may have been mis-sold their student's loans. 

Financial Conduct Authority
The FCA and Provident Credit

But we wanted to air some questions about the Provident Credit issue and the role of the FCA in it because we just don’t understand it.

Keys Flat
New Buy to Let tax will hit tenants ultimately, not landlords

But what if we told you that ultimately it would-be tenants that will suffer in the long run because of tax rises.

Easy Jet - Easy Loans
Quick Loans v Easy Group – Legal Funding Easy Victims

Quick Loans has recently become the recipient of a legal claim from Easy Group (Stelios), demanding we cease using the name EasyLoans.co.uk

Bank Mistake
When will banks act with to stop account transfer mistakes?

The number of people who are losing money due to errors or fraud when sending funds online from their bank accounts continues to rise.

Car Keys Handover
Car Finance Is The Next Bubble Waiting To Burst

After looking at our data, we notice a rapid build-up in the numbers of people taking on Car Finance loans through a model called PCP

Tesco Bank
How safe are our finances after the Tesco debacle?

News filtered through this week that money had been stolen from accounts at Tesco Bank.

Credit Rating
What scenarios could stop you having the perfect credit rating?

Credit rating, The holy grail when it comes to finance. So how do you ensure that a good credit rating stays with you?

Action Fraud
Fraud up 100% in a year – Action Fraud Was a Great Idea Wasn’t It?

Action Fraud was introduced to the UK in 2012/2013, the instances of fraud have skyrocketed. The reason is simple, the criminals don’t fear it.

Bank Collapse
The Next Banking Collapse Has Already Started

Currently witnessing the first signs of the collapse of the European Banking Sector - and with it, we believe, maybe even the global banking sector.

Unemployed Loans Screenshot
Quick Loans Responds To The FCA

We were extremely disappointed to read that the FCA had put out public warnings regarding one of the brands that Quick Loans is linked to.

Bank of England
The Worst Governor Ever?

Mark Carney was drafted in from Canada to try and breathe fresh air into the Bank of England.

Wonga
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.

Credit Crunch
The Fed rate rise is incoherent and invites new credit crunch

With the US raising interest rates, we will show you why the UK won't follow in their footsteps and rates will stay low for a generation.

Mortgages
Quick Loans to bring back Self Cert in January 2016

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.

Bank Keyboard
Switching Banks – forget it you won’t save anything!

It’s been in the news again, the Competition and Markets Authority have released a report claiming that customers could save up to £70

Peer-to-Peer Loans
Peer-to-peer being held back by the FCA

Peer-to-peer lending is expected to grow substantially within the next five years.

Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert
Will Martin Lewis Now Become A Short Term Lender?

Again we ask - will Martin now lend to subprime customers at the rates he recommends others do?

Guarantor Loans
Are Guarantor Loans Legal?

Since the effective end of Payday loans being available to subprime borrowers, Guarantor loans have shot up in popularity.

Price Caps
Payday loan price cap and why it will backfire

FCA has confirmed that the Price Cap for Payday Loans is to be capped at the rate described in the original consultation.

Loan Brokers Deal
Here we go again – Now Loan Brokers To Be Banned

The stupid people of this world are trying to ban something else. We really are beginning to lose patience with the utter naivety

City of London Financial District
How Banks Are The Winners In Payday Loan Cap

Banks, Illegal money lenders, Admin fee charging brokering sites all big winners in Payday Loan clampdown.

Compare Prices
Price Comparison Sites - Earn More Than Payday Lenders

Yesterday the news broke that "Price Comparison" sites were not showing their customers the best deals

Bank of England
We told you rates were not going up!

Far be it for us to shout about our knowledge of finance, on this occasion however we are going to say "we told you so - again".

FCA Browser
Have the FCA Been Conned Over Payday Lenders

Those who thought - maybe still think - that closing the Payday Loan Market is a good thing, might just want to read what we have discovered since we left the market 2 months ago.

Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert
Our Response to Martin Lewis

We wanted to write this piece in response to Martin's response to our own statement naming him as one of the reasons we have surrendered our Payday Loan License.

Payday Loans License
Quick Loans Latest to Surrender Payday Loans License

Due to new rules and the threat of ever increasing legislation, QuickLoans.co.uk has announced that they are surrendering their license to provide Payday Loans in the UK.

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