Advanced Search

ALLIANCE AND LEICESTER PERSONAL LOANS
Alliance and Leicester Personal Loans (Personal Loan)
        
Alliance and Leicester Personal Loans (unsecured) feature a variable APR of 8% on loans of between 7,500 amd 15,000. Alliance and Leicester claim you can save up to 383.40 on similar loans from high street banks.
Advantages
Typical rate is 8.0% APR for personal loans between 7,500 and 15,000
APR compares favourably with other High Street banks
Disadvantages
Just one lender - Alliance and Leicester
Not available to those with bad credit
You can only borrow between 7,500 - 15,000
Suitable For
Those with good to excellent credit history. No CCJs, blacklisted etc.
Terms & Conditions
You must be at least 21 years of age. You must be permanently resident in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland. Loans are not available to applicants permanently resident in the Channel Islands or Isle of Man
Credit Check: NoInstant Decision: No
Online Application: NoSecured Loan: Yes
Unsecured Loan: NoMobile Loan: No
Debit Cards: NoBank Account: No
Wedding Loan: No
Loan Duration
Minimum Term: 12 Months
Maximum Term: 60 Months
Loan Amounts
Amount: 7,500-15,000
Minimum Advance: £7,500.00
Maximum Advance: £15,000.00
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 8%
        
REVIEWS
Alliance & Leicester Personal Loans (Which Way To Pay - 18/2/2009)
Alliance & Leicester Personal Loans is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

4 Star Rating

News and ChartsNEWS / CHARTS

For once we are seeing Car Insurance Prices Drop since 2014
31 August 2018 - Which Way To Pay
A statement released last week , states that Car Insurance can be dropping by as much as 11% .
Read More >>
Is Everything covered for that Big Day ? Wedding Insurance
31 August 2018 - Which Way To Pay
Planning your wedding is one of the happiest times in your life , however we always need to make sure that we are covered for every penny spent . Wedding Insurance is a Must
Read More >>
Forever monitoring your endowment policy ?
08 April 2017 - Which Way To Pay
If this is your case then why not sell your policy on to make yourself some cash , and get what its worth.
Read More >>