Get a Logbook Loan Today!

27 October 2011 - Which Way to Pay

    



Get a Logbook Loan Today!

If you need some money but donít want to pay high interest rates on unsecured loans, then a logbook loan could be the answer. With a logbook loan you can borrow from around £500 to £50,000, the amount secured against your car instead of your home or any other asset. The online application forms are simple and fast to complete, meaning you can get the money you need quickly. As the money is secured against an asset, credit checks are usually not done, so you can get approval for a logbook loan even if you have a bad credit rating.

These loans are not long-term loans, instead giving you access to the equity tied up in your vehicle when you really need it. The APR on logbook loans can be high, but as long as you pay back the money relatively quickly there is no reason why this has to be a problem. All you have to do is give details of your carís registration number and model and you can have the money in about 24 hours.

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