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Representative Example: Amount of credit: £750 for 12 months at £119.21 per month. Total repayment of £1430.52. Interest: £680.52. Interest rate: 140% pa (fixed). 277.5% APR Representative.
Yes! Pounds to Pocket offers loans for new customers up to £2,000†, and £500 is a popular amount that people borrow. Our £500 loans are the same amount as some payday loans, which require you to pay within a few months. But if approved for an instalment loan, you can pay off your loan in instalments over the next 6 – 12 months!
Curious to see what your loan details would look like with the amount borrowed over a certain period of time? Check out our loan calculator tool. Have any other questions about our loans? Contact us today. Our customer support representatives are waiting to hear from you and answer any questions you may have about our instalment loans.
Pounds to Pocket loans are designed to be straightforward and uncomplicated. You can complete your application online in minutes. We will review your application as fast as we can. Because most of our loans are still relatively "short term," most applications are reviewed quickly due to so much of our application review process being automated.§ If approved, cash will be sent within 10 minutes after approval.§
At Pounds to Pocket, we provide personalised instalment loans for our customers. Pounds to Pocket gives approved customers the option of choosing a loan amount anywhere from £200 – £2,000.† And with repayment periods anywhere from 6 – 12 months, we have created a system that allows our customers to create unsecured loans that work for their unique financial circumstances.
Customers applying for a Pounds to Pocket loan must meet key criteria. In addition to being residents of the United Kingdom, customers must be at least 18 years of age, have a valid bank account, and receive a regular income. Additionally, we will look at your credit circumstances, both as a consideration of your financial history, and to make sure that providing you with a loan won't become too great of a burden.