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First Assured (Logbook Loan)
        
Get the cash you need when you need with a First Assured UK Logbook Loan. No paperwork and no phone calls. Simply complete their online application form and receive an instant decision. So when you need money now and canít wait, let First Assured UK do the hard work for you.
Advantages
1. Bad Credit OK.
2. Instant response.
3. Money in 5 minutes.
Disadvantages
1. Payday lenders generally charge around £25 for every £100 your borrow, so if you borrow £100 you would pay back £125 or you could borrow £200 and then pay back £250, etc.
Identification Required
Initially bank details and personal details
Suitable For
People with bad credit
Terms & Conditions
Lenders they find will add interest to the money you borrow.
Restrictions
Credit available to persons over 18.
Credit Check: NoInstant Decision: No
Online Application: NoSecured Loan: No
Unsecured Loan: NoMobile Loan: No
Debit Cards: YesBank Account: Yes
Loan Duration
Loan Amounts
Amount: Up to £1,000
Minimum Advance: £100.00
Maximum Advance: £1,000.00
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 1737%
Representative Example: At 1737% APR fixed, £300 borrowed over 30 days interest would be approx £75. The total amount to be repaid would be £375. First Assured UK is a trading name of Post Net Ltd. Registered in the UK, number 3400885. Registered Address: Walton House, 56-58 Richmond Hill, Bournemouth BH2 6EX.
Total Repayable: £125
        

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