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Natwest Unsecured Loan (Personal Loan)
Apply today online with NatWest's easy online application and money could be in your account the next working day. NatWest’s personal loans are flexible and straightforward and could suit your needs.
1. 1% discount for Advantage Gold customers. Advantage Gold monthly fee is £12.95. Find out more
2. Money in your account the next working day (online banking customers only).
3. Online application takes just minutes.
4. Borrow over a maximum of 10 years.
5. Other loan amounts available at other rates
1. Money in your account next day applies to existing NatWest online banking customers 
2. 6.9% rate only available to NatWest Black or Advantage Gold Account customers.
Identification Required
Show you have a regular income
Suitable For
6.9% rate only available to NatWest Black or Advantage Gold Account customers
Terms & Conditions
Over 18s only
Over 18s only
Credit Check: NoInstant Decision: No
Online Application: NoSecured Loan: No
Unsecured Loan: NoMobile Loan: No
Debit Cards: NoBank Account: Yes
Wedding Loan: No
Loan Duration
Minimum Term: 1 year
Maximum Term: 5 years
Loan Amounts
Amount: £7500 – £14950
Minimum Advance: £7,500.00
Maximum Advance: £14,950.00
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 6.9%
Representative Example: Representative: 6.9% APR. 24 Monthly payments of: £ 357.06. Loan amount: £ 8,000. Loan term: 2 Years . Interest rate: 6.9% p.a (Fixed). Total amount payable: £ 8,569.44

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