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Representative APR of 79.5% (variable) Here's an example to illustrate: If you borrow £1000 for 12 months, your monthly payment will be £116.52. The total amount repayable will be £1392.63, including £392.63 in interest. The interest rate is 79.5% (variable). Interest rates range from 9.0% APR to 1721% APR. You can request a quote without any obligation. The APR you receive will depend on your personal circumstances. Our loans are available for amounts between £100 and £5000, with terms ranging from 3 months to 36 months

For anyone in need of help in keeping control of their finances there are many organisations and tools out there to make things easier. Below is a list of resources that might be useful to anyone looking to manage their money more effectively.

Managing spending

Moneybasics offers online budgeting tools and also a free smartphone application called Spendometer that lets you to track your spending day to day.

To find out more, visit

This is part of partnership including Credit Action, a registered charity specialising in money education. On the website are many helpful resources.

Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB)

The CAB is a community-based service that can offer advice on a variety of subjects. It does offer advice on money issues and can help with any legal problems. They also cover employment, benefits and housing problems. Their website ( offers plenty of information and has a search function to find your nearest bureau.

Community Money Advice

Community Money Advice is a national charity that facilitates a network of local, face-to-face debt advice centres. Their service is free to use and the website has a search function where you can locate your nearest centre.

Consumer Credit Counselling Service (CCCS)

The CCCS is a charity that offers information, advice and support for those in debt. Useful information can be found at as well as an online support service. They also operate a freephone helpline on 0800 138 1111 which is open 8am-8pm Monday to Friday and 9am – 3pm on Saturday.

National Debtline

National Debtline is a confidential service that offers advice on debt and can be contacted on 0808 808 400, Monday to Friday 9am-9pm and 9.30am-1pm on Saturday.