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Michelle Monck

Consumer Finance Expert
Published: 12/02/2021
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Everyday Loans won the award for Non-Mainstream Loan Provider of the year 2021 at the Moneyfacts Consumer Awards last month. Analysts at Moneyfacts reviewed the loans available from non-mainstream lenders to create a shortlist. These then went forward to a public vote to decide the winners, highly commended and commended brands.
Michelle Monck, Head of Digital, said:
“This is the second year running Everyday Loans has won this award, recognising their consistent support for those that may have struggled to get credit in the past. Everyday Loans provides a friendly, personalised loan booking service, combined with a user friendly online application process.”

Jon Wiggins, Managing Director of Everyday Loans said: “Customer service is at the very heart of what we do. So, it goes without saying that we’re thrilled that it’s been recognised by both industry experts and so many of our borrowers.
To receive such a respected award not only once but now twice, is very satisfying indeed. I’d like to thank all my colleagues within our nationwide network of branches and all the support staff in Bourne End for their hard work and ongoing commitment to fantastic customer outcomes. The dedication and resilience they have shown in the face of the pandemic makes me prouder than ever to be part of the business.”

What loans does Everyday Loans offer?

Everyday Loans specialises in helping those that have a less-than-perfect credit score. It has a range of unsecured personal loans to help those needing to consolidate debt, make home improvements, buy a car or for a wedding. It uses Soft Search Technology which means even if the application is unsuccessful this won’t go against the applicant’s credit file. Everyday Loans can offer a conditional approval within minutes of an application.

Find out more about Everyday Loans.

Who is eligible for a loan from Everyday Loans?

Those wanting to apply for a loan from Everyday Loans will need to be at least 18, be a UK resident and be able to afford their repayments. Applicants do not need to be a homeowner as Everyday Loans will accept those living in rented accommodation or with their parents. Loans cannot be made for business purposes.

How much can applicants borrow from Everyday Loans?

All lending decisions are tailored to each customer’s personal circumstances and loans are available from £1,000 up to £15,000 over 18 to 60 months.

Are there any fees for a loan from Everyday loans?

No, Everyday Loans will never charge applicants a fee for their loans.

More about Everyday Loans

Everyday Loans was established in 2006 and has grown to have a network of 74 branches across the UK.

Five-star rated unsecured loans

Moneyfacts also reviews unsecured loans to identify those with the best levels of cover. The best ones are given a five-star rating..

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How to find the best loan rates with bad credit

There are lenders that specialise in helping those with bad credit to get a loan.

Find the best loan rates for those with bad credit.

We also offer a a loan eligibility check service with our preferred broker Loans Warehouse. This means applicants can check those lenders most likely to offer them a loan and the rate personalised to them - without harming their credit score.


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