Payday Loans from £50 to £1000
Need a short term monthly payday loan from £50 to £1000?
We provide a list of payday loan companies not brokers.
Our website has been created with you in mind. We simply want to give people, just like you, links to the most popular direct payday loan lenders in the UK market today.
Payday loans can be a great solution (if used responsibly) for when you need instant cash in advance. We have carefully reviewed every payday lender listed on our site, to ensure that you know exactly who you are applying too and most importantly you have some useful information about each lender before applying.
All of the payday lenders listed on our site are 100% automated online, which means your payday loan could be transferred into your bank account, on approval, in as little as 15 minutes. You can apply for a payday loan 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including weekends and bank holidays.
Compare the rates of the payday loan lenders and choose between unsecured loans, short-term cash loans, 1 month payday loans, 3 month payday loans, 12 month payday loans, no credit check payday loans or loans for people with bad credit - we have it all!
To apply directly to a lender for fast payday loans click here.
Just so you know!.. Applying with a credit broker could give you a better chance of getting a loan. You would only need to fill out one application with a broker. The broker would then receive an instant decision from all the lenders, and if accepted, you will be offered a payday loan deal.
None of the credit brokers listed on our site charge their customers any broker fee's. - Compare and read information on the No Fee Credit Brokers.
Am I Eligible?
Homeowners, council tenants, private tenants or people living with parents are all welcome to apply. Minimum criteria is:
- Age 18+
- UK Resident
- Regular Income
- Bank Account
Payday Loan or Not?
Your best interests matter to us, so we encourage that you ask yourself these questions first before applying for a payday loan.
- Do you really need a payday loan?
- Have you asked your bank to help you first?
- Is it necessary?
- Can a friend or family member help you?