Brokers and Introducers

Loans Plus More @ www.loansplusmore.co.uk

Loans Plus More (LoansPlusMore) is a loan broker based in Glossop (Derbshire) that can be reached at www.loansplusmore.co.uk. This site was launched in 2009 and centrally covers personal loans with additional products also being catered in their +More section such as credit cards and new bank accounts. The initial thing worth addressing here is that Loans Plus More do charge a broker fee for their loans of £69. You can receive a Loans Plus More refund should they not manage to find you a lender within 3 months although they will keep £5. Personally, I would always avoid any company that charges any such upfront fee. The loans here are headlined from £200 to £10,000, with £25,000 being referenced as a possibility (likely as a logbook loan).

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Aspire Money @ www.aspiremoney.co.uk

Aspire Money (AspireMoney) is a broker that headlines several loan products at their home of www.aspiremoney.co.uk although we will be looking specifically at their personal loans. These poor credit loans are noted as being available from £100 to £7500. No specific details are offered surrounding these loans and the particular lenders used by them. They do just provide a sample rate of 62.1% APR and state that CCJs and defaults are usually accepted. Aspire Money were previously based in Stockport, although they now just list Dudley. They launched back in the year 2009 and have found great success within these trading years. As an update: they now provide an instant cash loan product (they use Pounds to Pockets here at a rate of 278% APR).

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Cash Cat @ www.cashcat.co.uk

Cash Cat (CashCat) is another brand belonging to the popular Stop Go Networks Ltd broker. They can be reached today at www.cashcat.co.uk that arrived a few months into 2011. Stop Go Networks run many payday loan brands today and this is another one of their good branded sites that has a catchy theme. When just checking the site now I noticed the headlined of: "We're accepting almost 100% of applicants this month. Apply Now!" Headlines like this and the vibrant design that they have in place will no doubt be converting customers very well. The actual characteristics of the monthly payday loans displayed here are the same as you will find on all of their other broker sites, including the most popular one by the name of Payday Pig.

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100 Day Loans @ www.100dayloans.co.uk

100 Day Loans (100DayLoans) is a broker that can be reached at www.100dayloans.co.uk that launched locally in the year 2011. The 100 Day Loans brand itself arises from the USA in Scottsdale where they started out at www.100dayloans.com back in 2009. 100 Day Loans UK has a partnership in place with QuickQuid who are one of the leading UK payday lenders. Based on the characteristics of the detailed loans here, it is QuickQuid that is the single lender used here. This is clear from studying the matched cash amounts, the interest charges and the term duration. These cash amounts are £50 to £1000 (£1500 as a return customer). The interest range is set between £10 and £14.75 for every £50 borrowed.

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My Big Fat Payday @ www.mybigfatpayday.co.uk

My Big Fat Payday (MyBigFatPayday) is a payday loan company arising from Stop Go Networks Ltd that looks to have sprung up in late 2011 at www.mybigfatpayday.co.uk. This broker is most commonly known through their Payday Pig brand although they own a whole host of other sites such as Cash Cow Now, Payday Parrot, Stretch Payday and so on. The My Big Fat Payday loans in question range from £100 to £1000. Their charges section highlights a 25% charge that equates to a £25 charge per £100 borrowed. There is a note though that the charges will depend on which lender is used. On a recent search conducted, Stop and Go Networks had over 20 unique payday loan brands with My Big Fat Payday being one of their more popular releases.

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Cheque Centre @ www.chequecentre.co.uk

Cheque Centre (ChequeCentre) is a popular high street loan lender that initially arrived back in 1996 and has around 400 stores today. I assume that they carried the name forward from their cheque cashing operations that is one of many markets catered by them. The Cheque Centre is now owned by Axcess Financial Services Inc that also owns Cash Generator and The Loan Store who funds their online loans. They operate online at www.chequecentre.co.uk and as noted act as an introducer to The Loan Store for their online loans. The Cheque Centre payday loans on the high street or online are both headed from £50 to £500, with £1000 being a possible figure for return customers. The charges are the same for their online and store loans.

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Payday Direct @ www.paydaydirect.co.uk

Payday Direct (PaydayDirect) arises from PDB UK Ltd who are one of the leading brokers in the UK today and so PDB UK has already been featured in several postings here. Payday Direct at www.paydaydirect.co.uk looks to be one of their mid-sized companies. When looking for their founding year, there was a note of 2008 in their FAQ, although the domain itself was originally registered in 2009. Their homepage states that £100 to £1200 will be available, although on their charges page they note a starting sum of £80. There is also a reference that first time borrowers will usually qualify for a maximum of £500. The Payday Direct loans come attached with a headlined 29% overall rate that would equate to a £29 per £100 charge.

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Cash Generator @ www.cashgenerator.co.uk

Cash Generator (CashGenerator) was formed in the year 1994 with them carrying ownership of around 220 stores across the UK today. This Bolton-based company are primarily known as being a buy and sell used goods store with them over the years being pitted against major rival Cash Converters. Cash Generator is homed at www.cashgenerator.co.uk with the Cash Generator loans being available instore only. You could previously apply online that would be redirected to The Loan Store, but they have now removed this online facility for some reason. It doesn't make sense that they would ignore the online leads when rivals such as The Money Shop are taking them on. Cash Generator is now part of Axcess Financial Services Inc that also owns The Loan Store and the Cheque Centre high street stores.

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Cash Converters @ www.cashconverters.co.uk

Cash Converters (CashConverters) was originally launched in Australia back in 1984 with the expansion into the UK taking place in 1992. This is certainly a global force with over 730 stores worldwide that started out as a buy and sell used goods store. They have now moved on to additionally cater financial services and today we will be looking at how Cash Converter payday loans work at the local domain of www.cashconverters.co.uk. Unfortunately, they currently don't provide online payday loans with them simply advising potential customers to head to a local branch. They also don't provide details of the costs for their payday loans, but they do provide charges for their personal loans. These personal loans range from £300 to £2000 with a term of 6 or 7 months.

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The Money Shop @ www.moneyshoppaydayloans.co.uk

The Money Shop (TheMoneyShop) stands as the leading payday lender on the high street owning in the region of 550 stores across the UK. They are classed here as an introducer though since they pass their online loans on. The Money Shop operates at www.moneyshop.tv and is today owned by DFC Global Corp (previously Dollar Financial Corp) who also owns Payday Express and Payday UK. Although the referenced domain was registered in 2004, they date back much further, opening their initial store in Nottingham in 1996. Once you reach The Money Shop site you will be offered the choice of a payday loan instore or online. The Money Shop did introduce with Payday Express, but they have now setup www.moneyshoppaydayloans.co.uk and use both Payday Express and Payday UK.

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