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BARCLAYS BANK BARCLAY LOAN PLUS
Barclays Bank Barclay Loan Plus (Personal Loan)
        
Once agreed the interest rate is fixed for the life of your loan. First monthly repayment is due two months after the date the loan has been opened. Loans are available between two and five years (24, 30, 36, 48 or 60 monthly repayments.) Loans are available from 7,500 to 25,000 in multiples of 100.You have to have held a Barclays current account for over 12 months to apply.
Advantages
The interest rate is fixed for the life of your loan
APR rate is 8.9%
Get offered a better deal elsewhere and Barclays pledge to pay the difference between your loan repayments
Disadvantages
You have to have held a Barclays current account for over 12 months to apply
Minimum term is only 5 years
Suitable For
Barclays account holders for 12 or more months, a good credit history and be paid at least 1,000 into your account each month.
Terms & Conditions
You must have held a Barclays current account for over 12 months - you need to be paid at least 1,000 into your account each month.
Credit Check: NoInstant Decision: No
Online Application: NoSecured Loan: No
Unsecured Loan: NoMobile Loan: No
Debit Cards: NoBank Account: No
Wedding Loan: No
Loan Duration
Minimum Term: 2 Years
Maximum Term: 5 Years
Loan Amounts
Amount: 7,500 to 25,000
Minimum Advance: £7,500.00
Maximum Advance: £25,000.00
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 8.9%
        

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