Loans for bad credit
CCJ's, arrears, no problem!
CCJ and bad credit logbook loans online
For many people, getting a loan when they have poor credit is not an option. Most traditional lenders will simply not even consider people with a bad credit rating.
At eLogbook Loan we understand how easy it is to find yourself with a poor credit rating. Maybe you missed a credit card payment, or maybe you were late paying a few bills or even incurred a CCJ. Whatever the circumstances, your credit score, which financial instituations use, would have been adversely affected.
We don't rely on credit checks or your past history, our expert advisors look upon your current circumstance and see how we can help you today.
Our logbook loans range from £500 to £50,000 and are probably the most flexible in the industry, allowing monthly or weekly payments, our unique pay as you go interest and even settling early with no penalties, allowing you the flexibility you want in a loan.
Applying for a logbook loan:
If you can answer yes to the following criteria then you are halfway to getting the money you need.
✓ Over 18 years old?
✓ A UK resident?
✓ Own a vehicle that is fully insured, less than 10 years old and free of finance?
If you have bad credit and are looking for a loan, simply fill out our quick quote form and see how much you can borrow today. Alternatively speak to one of our loan advisors and see how we can help you.
FREE LOAN QUOTE
Amount of loan £1000. Duration of loan 3 years. Total credit charge £2880. Weekly installments £24.87. Interest rate 96% PA fixed.
Representative 230.7% APR
All credit types
Bad credit, CCJ's, self employed accepted
Pay as you go interest
Only pay for the time and amount borrowed
No credit checks
Confidential and no impact to your credit score
Warning: Late payment can cause you serious money problems. For help go to www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk
This type of loan is secured on your vehicle. Missed or late payments may incur fees and/or the repossession of your vehicle.
elogbookloan lenders are members of the CCTA and are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.