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Representative APR for Lenders charging an interest rate of less than 100%

Representative: 91% APR. Representative Example: Amount of credit £500 borrowed for 180 days. Interest: £160.27 Interest rate: 65% per annum (fixed). Representative APR: 91% Total amount payable: £660.27
Period of loan: 3 – 36 months. APR rates from 35.9% to 1294% - your APR will be based on your personal circumstances

Representative APR for Lenders charging an interest rate of more than 100%

Representative 728.9% APR. Representative example: £400 borrowed for 30 days. Total amount repayable is £459.36. Interest charged is £59.36, interest rate 180.5% (variable).

 

Warning!
Late repayment can cause you serious money problems.
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