“My partner and I applied for a small loan for a new home furnishings. We applied using the very easy online system and swiftly received feedback letting us know it was successful, no questions asked.. this is a real service and we are now the new proud owners of 2 chesterfield lounges. Only thing I wasn't happy about was that the page froze 3 times and I hd to re enter all my details- not a massive deal, just irritating”
“Friends don't trust these guys they are most wanted criminals in the market they will trap you easily and they will cheat.
They are start with nicely talking,
They will ask you to put £125 deposit for £3500 and ofter they say your credit score is no good that's what we cannot release the founds so that they will ask another £250 for electronic transfer than after they will ask £500....
Finally you won't receive any thing just you have to pay only...”
“You guys sold my information to a finance company, who then went on to sell my information to about 60 other companies.
The day I got the loan accepted, I got 30 something text messages non-stop from different finance companies trying to get me to borrow money from them or to consolidate my debts. Yesterday I got 8 phone calls from different companies, and since the loan on Saturday I've received nearly 30 emails regarding loans.
A lot of them use underhand tactics, like they use fake messages written in a way that assumes you've had previous dealings with them and that you've already opened an application with them that all you need to do is fill in some details and then you'll receive the loan you've applied for.
It would be very easy for someone who's easily confused or in a rush to assume that the messages were from you, and then go ahead with all of these loans and text messages and calls assuming they were from you, trying to finish off the application.
These companies are predatory, and using illegal tactics.
If I was use I would take a serious look at the companies you are either illegally selling information to (since I stated I did not want my information passed on or used in any way), or are in fact part of an umbrella organisation with your company, which doesn't seem completely unlikely.”
“On your sliding scale I requested £700 to be repaid within 3 days, unfortunately, you sent through details for £400 loan which was not what I required. I would not normally do this but I have a direct debit due to be taken for £700 the day before wages go into bank, hence the short time needed.”