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V5 SECURED LOANS REVIEW
V5 Secured Loans - Personal Loan
(Which Way To Pay - 18/2/2009)
If you have trouble with bad debts, credit ratings and CCJs, the V5 loan might be for you. V5 specialise in logbook loans which are secured against the value of your car, and your previous credit history is not used. This is great if you have no other collateral other than your car and need cash quick. Make sure you settle quickly though as the typical APR is 439% so getting it out of the way will save you money. Your car will need to be worth over 500 and less than around 8-10 years old so make sure you fit that criteria. This loan is worth considering for anyone who wants an easy way to get hold of between 500 and 20,000 and can handle the risk of not being able to pay back quickly.
V5 Secured Loans is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

3 Star Rating        
            
REVIEW RATINGS EXPLAINED
1 Star: 1 Star RatingPoor
In relation to other products, has performed badly and has little or no worthwhile benefits.
2 Stars: 2 Star RatingBelow Average
Has some features of value, but in comparison to others performs below standard.
3 Stars: 3 Star RatingAverage
A fair product with regards to its competitors - has no outstanding features or benefits.
4 Stars: 4 Star RatingGood
In comparison to other products performs above standard, has beneficial features.
5 Stars: 5 Star RatingExcellent
Performs well above standard in comparison, has exceptional features and benefits.

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