Brokers and Introducers

Instant Loans Direct @ www.instantloansdirect.com

Instant Loans Direct (InstantLoansDirect) is a brand from Instant Finance 4U Ltd that is based in Coventry. They setup their site at www.instantloansdirect.com back in the year 2010. They have acted as an introducer to the lender partner H&T Pawnbrokers that was previously the only way to receive H&T loans online, but they have now setup www.handtpaydayloans.co.uk. Instant Loans Direct headlines new loans from £50 to £300 with £750 being possible for return trusted customers. They note a term range between 4 and 30 days, although this appears to be in relation to when you are next paid. The charges in place here are impressive. A £100 loan over 7 days would cost £4.67 or for 30 days just £20.

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FastQuid @ www.fastquid.com

FastQuid (Fast Quid) today carries a great deal of popularity online with this company being reached at www.fastquid.com that looks to have been setup in 2011. They state that they are not a broker or a lender, but act as an introducer. They are based in the United States, but do show British currency and are targeting the local market. The main banner headlined cash up to £1000 that can be delivered within the hour. The monthly charge example that they provide shows £14.75 per £50 (£29.50 per £100). If you leave the page without filling in a form you will be faced with a popup that is a little intrusive. This site is not SSL secure, although it states that the form in place will encrypt data.

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KwikPayday @ www.kwikpayday.co.uk

KwikPayday (Kwik Payday) is a payday loan broker site that has operated at www.kwikpayday.co.uk since 2007 and so they are an experienced name. This company that is mostly termed as KwikPayday is a brand from the very popular PDB UK Ltd who are headed in London. There is often some confusion between them and Kwik Cash that is their most popular payday site that has of course ran frequent TV ads across the past year. KwikPayday is a well presented site today that looks to have had a few makeovers since reaching the market back in the year 2007. Monthly loans between £80 and £400 (restrictions may be made here). A displayed interest charge that works out at 29% of the loan amount borrowed is headlined.

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MyPayday @ www.mypayday.co.uk

MyPayday (My Payday) is a popular payday broker site that can be reached at www.mypayday.co.uk. This domain was originally registered in 2001, although it looks to have passed hands since MyPayday have a founding year of 2008 on their FB page. They also mention that they have helped over 100,000 in their time of operation that shows that they have been prominent over the years. Further to this, I noticed that their Facebook page has accounted over 75,000 likes that shows that they are performing well. This is another company belonging to PDB UK Ltd that stands as one of the UK's leading brokers. MyPayday carries a similar level of popularity to both KwikPayday and Payday Bank, whilst Cash Lady and Kwik Cash stand as the frontrunners today.

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Cash Lady @ www.cashlady.co.uk

Cash Lady (CashLady) is a payday loan company that can be reached at www.cashlady.co.uk. This is a brand that was launched in 2011 by PDB UK Ltd who are one of the most popular brokers in the UK with other brands behind them such as Kwik Cash and Payday Bank. The available Cash Lady loans range from £80 to £300 with a displayed rate of 29% in place (£29 per £100 borrowed). Whilst most companies note much larger figures, it is good to see a sensible maximum cash limit in place here of £300. PDB UK match their applicants to a large pool of direct lenders. Non of these are mentioned by them, but PDB UK does tend to use popular lenders such as Payday Express and PaydayUK.

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Payday Bank @ www.paydaybank.co.uk

Payday Bank (PaydayBank) has always stood as one of the leading payday loan broker sites serving the UK via www.paydaybank.co.uk. This domain was devised in 2007, although they launched a year later in 2008. This is a brand belonging to PDB UK Ltd who looks to have around a dozen or so payday brands on their roster today. Although Payday Bank has been a recognisable name for me personally over the years, they don't actually carry a considerable amount of popularity in regards to online searches. More popular brands from PDB UK at this time includes Cash Lady and Kwik Cash with this being due to each of them receiving recent TV ad slots. Payday Bank headlines a 29% charge on monthly loans from £80 to £750.

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Purple Payday @ www.purplepayday.com

Purple Payday (PurplePayday) is a popular payday loan broker brand in the UK. This is a release from Pingtree Ltd who also runs the lesser well known 247 Cashline, Last Minute Payday and The Express Loan sites. Outside of this, they are well known for their Pingtree service that is used by a large range of payday loan broker and lead sites. The Pingtree simply feeds a payday loan application lead to a pool of direct lenders where they'll look for the first company to accept. This company that is based in Macclesfield launched back in 2008 and they can be found at the address of www.purplepayday.com and also www.purplepayday.co.uk. The dot com is more popular and so it has been referenced for this posting today.

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Payday Kong @ www.paydaykong.com

Payday Kong (PaydayKong) is a popular payday loan broker with this brand looming from EPL Web Solutions Ltd that has various other companies on their roster such as for example Cash One, Pay Me Now, Penguin Payday, Txt2Payday and so on. Payday Kong is certainly their most recognisable brand that looks to have sprung up in late 2010 via the address of www.paydaykong.com. Payday Kong loans are headlined between £80 and £1000 with a displayed 25% interest rate (£25 per £100). The particular amounts and interest will of course be determined with who they match the customer to and they do actually search over 40 lenders. This is the same third party iframe that they have on all of their payday sites that is primarily focussed around collecting leads.

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Kwik Cash @ www.kwikcash.co.uk

Kwik Cash (KwikCash) is a recognisable payday loan company arising from PDB UK Ltd who run many other payday loan companies such as City Cash Loans, MyPayday, Payday Bank etc. Kwik Cash loans at www.kwikcash.co.uk is a notable brand from the PDB UK broker since they run regular TV adverts and they also advertise on many popular comparison pages such as that of MoneySupermarket. With Kwik Cash being a broker this means that the application taken will be fed to various payday lenders. They aren't specific at just which companies they use, but do headline loans from £80 to £500 that includes a sample interest rate of 25% (and so you would pay £25 for every £100 borrowed).

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Txt2Payday @ www.txt2payday.co.uk

Txt2Payday (Txt 2 Payday) is a company arising from EPL Web Solutions Ltd who are based in London. Txt2Payday is one such brand of many with the most notable one of them being Payday Kong. Moving to the site in question, Txt2Payday can be accessed via www.txt2payday.co.uk that was launched in the year 2010. This site is designed in the shape of a mobile phone and this company is commonly associated with SMS marketing (their affiliates do this). Strangely, the loan itself doesn't appear to carry any relation to a text loan. This will be a monthly payday loan, most likely that can be applied for from your computer only. The application made here is fed to multiple lenders with no names specified.

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