UK Payday Loans
If you live in the UK and are in need of cash before you get your next paycheque, you have options. UK payday loans are one way to get help when an expensive bump in the road surprises you. These are usually short-term loans that can be up to £1500 (for current customers, new customers can get up to £1000),† if approved. They're called payday loans because you repay them with your next paycheque.
We all know how difficult it can be when an unexpected bill comes due and you're days away from getting your next paycheque. Or when a bill comes due and your car needs a repair. Maybe you left an ink pen in your pocket and ruined a load of clothes you need for work. Our lives are becoming more and more complicated each day, and uncountable annoying things can happen, some of which can be too costly to bear without getting help. If something happens and you need cash, you can get a payday loan backed up by the money you've already earned in your next paycheque.
QuickQuid's Payday Loans
QuickQuid offers payday loans with a convenience few lenders can. Our helpful staff is available seven days a week via phone, email or live chat. And getting a loan from QuickQuid is convenient. Apply online using our simple, straightforward application process. We'll review your application and if you're approved, you can get cash deposited into your bank account within 10 minutes after approval.§ If approved, UK citizens can now get the cash they need, when they need it most.
We want our customers to be satisfied with QuickQuid loans, and we help more and more people get them each day. Our customers understand that although payday loans are common, all loans should be used responsibly. QuickQuid intends for our payday loans to be an assist between one pay packet and another. Our hope is for you to be able to save money, so that when you come upon the next bump in the road, you'll be ready.
Are Payday Loans Available in All UK Cities?
Since QuickQuid is a direct online lender, our payday loans are available all across the United Kingdom.