Payday Lenders

Cash Genie @ www.cashgenieloans.co.uk

Cash Genie (CashGenie) has grown to become a recognisable payday lender here in the UK. This is the premier brand of Ariste Holding Ltd who also run Payday Is Everyday and Txt Me Cash. Cash Genie loans arrived in 2009 via the www.cashgenieloans.co.uk domain. They do also own the domain of www.cashgenie.co.uk, although this simply redirects to their main site at the application stage. They now offer all customers between £75 and £500. A big change has been that the Cash Genie loans can now be taken over 3 months (or the single month). The interest rate will always be 30% for each month (£30 per £100) and there will be a fast transfer fee at £15 (this was previously £20).

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Wage Day Advance @ www.wagedayadvance.co.uk

Wage Day Advance (WageDay Advance) is a monthly payday loan lender that launched back in 2004 and operates today at www.wagedayadvance.co.uk. This Skipton-based payday loan lender has become a popular name over the years that has been aided by frequent recent TV ads for their loan service. You can apply here for between £80 and £300 as a new customer, although they stretch to £750 for existing customers. The interest rate is currently fixed at £29.50 on every £100 borrowed. You will have to add on an additional £15 for a same day payday loan, otherwise you can just wait a few days to receive the cash for free. They haven't released a Wage Day Advance discount code that would help to reduce the fast transfer fee.

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Payday Express @ www.paydayexpress.co.uk

Payday Express (PaydayExpress) is a brand from Express Finance (Bromley) Ltd that is today controlled by DFC Global Corp who additionally run the popular lender Payday UK (MEM) and all of The Money Shop high street stores. For a long time, The Money Shop sent all of their leads to Payday Express, but they now additionally use Payday UK. This brand operates at www.paydayexpress.co.uk that was setup in 2003, although they do reference that the company started trading in 1999 that may have initially been as a store. This brand is certainly experienced that may have been a major reason why DFC went in to buy them. From checking out their site I did notice that it has received a recent revamp that looks much better.

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Payday UK @ www.paydayuk.co.uk

Payday UK (PaydayUK) has been one of the leading lenders over the past several years. This is a brand from MEM Consumer Finance Ltd that is today owned by DFC Global Corp who has further local brands on their roster such as Payday Express and The Money Shop stores. Payday UK was launched in 2003 and can be accessed at www.paydayuk.co.uk that has a professional design and is of course equipped with account login and secure SSL encryption. The loans available currently range between £100 and £1000. There is no official first time customer restriction in place although you may see approved sums maxed out to £400 or £500. One thing to note is that you must be paid monthly to qualify for a loan here.

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SafeLoans @ www.safeloans.co.uk

SafeLoans (Safe Loans) is based in Croydon and provides their service at www.safeloans.co.uk. This site appears to have popped up in 2003, although they do state that they have been providing loans since 1989 (I assume starting offline). SafeLoans previously offered flexible loans between 1 and 31 days with additional instalment plans catering 2, 3 or 4 month terms. It looks like they have taken away the short terms and now just offer loans of 1, 2, 3 or 4 months. You can login to your account at any time though and clear the balance that will be priced by the day. First time customers can apply for between £50 and £400 (£750 as an existing customer). The set cost at SafeLoans is well priced at exactly 1% per day.

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QuickQuid @ www.quickquid.co.uk

QuickQuid (Quick Quid) is one of the most popular payday lenders today that initially launched in 2007. This is brand from CashEuroNet UK LLC (a part of Enova International Inc that is part of Cash America International Inc) with the owner arising from the USA. The QuickQuid loans at www.quickquid.co.uk can be applied for from £50 to £1000 as a new customer, although trusted customers may apply for £1500. They have always stood as one of the most popular UK payday lenders where they have battled out for dominance with Payday UK (and more recently Wonga). QuickQuid loans can be taken over the full monthly period, although you can also opt for a 2 or 3 month term. Update: QuickQuid FlexCredit Loans option now available between 1 and 10 months.

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MonkeyDosh @ www.monkeydosh.com

MonkeyDosh (Monkey Dosh) launched recently in 2010 and offers payday loans over the full monthly term at www.monkeydosh.com. This company is headed in Manchester and currently offers new applicants between £100 and £400 with £750 being possible for existing customers. There aren't many reviews circulating for this company at this time, but from the outside they do look like an impressive monthly lender to opt for. There is a competitive charge of 25% of the sum borrowed headlined that equates to £25 per £100 interest. It was previously believed that there was no same day transfer charge, but various review sites noted that there is a £12.50 transfer fee in place. I assume that there will be a free transfer option available (there is no data surrounding this).

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Speedy Dosh @ www.speedydosh.com

Speedy Dosh (SpeedyDosh) has been providing payday loans since 2010. They can be reached at www.speedydosh.com and are based in London. Although they haven't been around for a long time, this lender has developed a loyal fan base and they deliver an impressive loan service. The loans that you can apply for as a customer (new or existing) will stretch from £100 to £450. A main feature of this lender is their cost that works out at £25 when you borrow £100. An additional £5 speedy transfer fee will be required, although you can take this away with a Speedy Dosh promo code. If you can do that then you will receive that fixed 25% rate that puts them up there with the best of them.

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1st Stop Payday Loans @ www.1ststop.co.uk

1st Stop Payday Loans is listed on www.1ststop.co.uk as 1st Stop Payday Loans Ltd (a part of The 1st Stop Group Ltd), but this brand is more commonly searched under the shorter term of 1st Stop Payday. This site caters various 1st Stop financial products such as for example 1st Stop Car Finance. The payday section discussed here was launched in 2010. These loans from this Blackpool-based company are on the expensive side when speed is of the essence. If you wait a few days on the free payment option then you will just have to pay £35 per £100. For quick payouts you will have to add on £15 though. You can't actually take £100 out though, as they have now increased this minimum sum to £150.

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CFO Lending (Capital Finance One) @ www.cfolending.com

CFO Lending (CFOLending) is a brand from CFO Lending Ltd located at www.cfolending.com that arrived recently in 2012. This looks to have been a relaunch since they have operated years before this separately under the Capital Finance One name that CFO of course stands for. Elsewhere, they also provide loans under their Payday First alias. The available payday loans here range from £75 to £600. The current charge in place stands at £36 per £100 with an optional same day transfer costing £15. This £51 per £100 same day charge does certainly sit on the expensive side. The interest prices have changed on a frequent basis with possible cheaper loans previously being available at the alternative Payday First brand, however the costs are now exactly the same.

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