With a short term loan you can borrow between £100 and £2,000. At Shorttermloans60.co.uk we strongly recommend that you only borrow as much as you really need to in order to reduce the amount of interest that you have to pay.
Representative example: £400 borrowed for 90 days. Total amount repayable is £561.92 in 3 monthly instalments of £187.31.
Interest charged is £161.92, interest rate 161.9% (variable).
Apply online for free 24 hours a day with no faxes or phone calls. When you apply we will search our panel of trusted lenders to see who can offer you a loan.
If a lender on our panel can offer you credit just sign the electronic agreement to accept their offer and proceed with your loan.
Once you have signed your electronic loan agreement the lender will transfer the money direct to your bank account. (Within the hour if your bank supports faster payments.) Subject to lender's requirements and approval.
Short Term Loans 60 can help you to find a same day cash loan online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our free to use short term credit matching service has no hidden charges and helps to bring many of the UK’s leading short term lenders under one roof, helping you to improve your chances of getting a loan by filling out just one small on-line application form.
Small cash loans can help in a small financial blip as long as you can afford the repayments. These loans can be for small amounts, from £100 or more which you can repay in 1,3 or 6 monthly instalments. Applying for a loan is quick and simple with an instant decision. It is important to only borrow what you can afford to repay on time. If you don’t make the repayments on time extra costs can be incurred.
Decisions on credit applications are almost instant and If your loan application is successful you could have the money that you need credited into your bank account in as little as 15 minutes, and often within an hour if your bank supports faster payments.
We recommend that short term credit is only used for financial emergencies. We strongly advocate responsible borrowing; if you can’t afford to repay it comfortably please don’t apply for a loan.