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Representative Example: Amount of credit: £200 for 84 days. Total repayment of £334.40. Interest: £134.40. Interest rate: 292% pa (fixed). 1295% APR Representative.
Doorstep loans are personal loans that are delivered to your home by an agent. That agent then comes to your home to collect loan repayments when they are due.
Some people prefer doorstep loans because they give customers an opportunity to discuss their needs in person. They believe this service enables them to manage their repayments more effectively, because they can communicate their circumstances with the agent personally.
But doorstep loans may not be a solution for everyone. For example, if you work irregular hours, meeting with an agent at your home can be difficult. In such a situation, applying for an online loan may better fit your schedule.
Many aspects of our personal lives are increasingly carried out online, and personal loans are no exception. That's why online lending companies like QuickQuid have been growing in popularity among UK citizens. You can manage the entirety of your loan experience on your own time and from the comfort of your own home.
QuickQuid offers short-term loans — up to £1000† for new customers and £1500† for existing customers — with flexible repayment options of 1, 2 or 3 repayment periods. Our application process is short and, if approved, cash is sent within 10 minutes after approval.§ To learn more about how our loan offerings work, please visit our How It Works page.
Since 2007, QuickQuid has funded more than 1 million people in the UK, supplying them with the fast cash they need to get through to their next payday. We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and provide top-notch phone- or web-based customer support seven days a week. We pride ourselves on responsible lending and customer security, and have been nominated by Credit Today as an "Alternative Lender of the Year – Mid-Short Term" in 2015. Have any questions? Please don't hesitate to Contact Us or visit our FAQs page.