H&T Cash Loan

111 reviews

181.7% Representative

Will lend between: £50 - £5,000

Over: 3 - 24 Months

Representative example: Representative example: Total amount of credit: £1,000 for 12 months. Total amount payable: £1677.00 over 12 equal monthly instalments of £139.75. Interest rate 67.7% pa(fixed). Representative 181.7%APR.

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About H&T Cash Loan

H&T offer cash loans from £50 to £5,000 that can be repaid over a term between 3 and 24 months at an advertised representative 181.7% APR. Applications are made for this product in one of their branches. When applying in branch the contract is signed in store and H&T will provide the loan in cash on the spot.

For H&T loan applications completed in store, customers will need to bring formal identification and the originals of a full bank statement from within the last month, most recent payslip, utility bill and photographic ID.

Successful applicants can choose the frequency of their monthly repayments to coincide with paydays or to make the loan more affordable – this can be weekly, fortnightly, monthly or four-weekly. Customers can also extend their H&T loan term which will lower monthly instalments. There is also no charge for making additional payments or settling the loan early.

Company information

Registration number: 02636684


01476 574998

Times House, Throwley Way, Sutton, Surrey SM1 4AF

FCA registration

Reference No: 677994

Place of business: Times House Throwley Way Sutton Surrey SM1 4AF

Data protection registration

Registration No: Z5870831

Data controller: FCA

Address: Times House Throwley Way Sutton Surrey SM1 4AF

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