top of page

Family Loan Could Help to Make Easter Special

Let us help you on Easter and set you up on the saving journey like the rest of us (members). The purpose of our family loan is to help you sort out what you need for your family and push you to set up a saving account that you do not need to rely on loans when you start saving. With the Easter holidays coming up we understand how much difference just a small amount of extra money could make for our families, family loan. Whether you’re planning a trip, getting the family together for an Easter celebration or redecorating for spring, a family loan could make all the difference.

The fact that we work in this completely transparent manner means that our members can take out a family loan, safe in the knowledge that there are no early repayment fees, and we’ll only offer the loan if we genuinely believe you’re able to pay it back comfortably. We treat each of our members as individuals rather than numbers on a computer screen and, like the rest of the services we provide, the family loan is designed to improve their lives and benefit the wider community. 

The raised question we have, is how can child benefit be used for loans. It's not! It is only a way of payment that is more reliable to us. Read more: How Can A Loan With No Credit Check, Repaid Via Child Benefit, Be A Good Thing?

As well as working in an ethical and transparent manner, we’ve made the process of applying for a family loan as simple as possible. Once you’ve provided us with the information we ask for, we’ll process your application as quickly as we can and, if it is successful, we’ll transfer the money to your bank account.

easter holiday loan

A family loan could be used to negotiate a better deal on the cost of things like short trips away rather than having to utilise finance deals. Alternatively, you might opt to use the family loan to pay toward the financing of a single larger purchase, such as a new family car or an item of furniture.

Representative example:

Borrowing £500 over 12 months will cost £50.23. Total amount repayable is £602.76 which includes interest at 42.6% APR. The figures given above are for illustrative purposes only. The actual interest rates and repayment amounts may vary subject to loan amount and status. How much do you want to save?

185 views0 comments
bottom of page