How it works

How it Works

Logbook loans are fast proving to be the most effective solution to getting your hands on fast cash for those little emergencies that spring up unexpectedly.  Your vehicle be it a car, van, motorbike or any other suitable vehicle has cash sitting there just like a home with equity waiting to be released.  You are not restricted as to what you can do with the money borrowed against your vehicle.  It is entirely up to you how you use it.  Log Book loans are simple and easy to apply for and your credit history has no bearing on the decision to grant you a loan unlike most other forms of finance.  All the lenders introduced by http://fastestlogbookloans.co.uk/ are accredited members of the CCTA (Consumer Credit Trade Association) and adhere to strict codes of responsible lending. 

Step 1.

To get started on obtaining a tailored and affordable logbook loan you should complete our easy online application here http://fastestlogbookloans.co.uk/

Step 2.

If your application is successful a fully qualified FSA advisor will contact you to discuss your application and agree mutually suitable terms.

Step 3.

You will meet the lender nearest to you with the appropriate verified documents.  All relevant paperwork will be completed by both parties.

Step 4.

You will receive your cash or cheque to spend as you wish.

All loans granted subject to affordability. Proof of income will be required. A Log Book loan is secured against your vehicle, which may be repossessed if you do not make payment. Late or missed payments may incur a charge for chasing letters and telephone calls. Lenders abide by the CCTA voluntary Code of Practice. We do not have a renewal policy.

Representative Example

Total amount of credit

£850

Total amount payable

£2471.82

%APR Representative

491.36%

Fixed annual interest rate

127.2%

Duration of Loan

78 weeks

Number of Instalments

78 x £31.69

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