No Up-Front Fees to Pay! Guaranteed!

We will never ask you for any upfront payment when using our services; this includes upfront fees, upfront administration charges or advance deposits, either by credit or debit card, gift vouchers or bank transfer.

We will never make any telephone calls to you asking for any form of upfront payment. Never trust the number showing on your phone screen, it can easily be faked to make it look like a UK caller.

We will never email you a personalised loan plan or loan quote asking for an upfront payment.

If you are in any doubt about any communication you receive, please email us directly

We are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, this means that you are protected by the strict rules and regulations we operate under when dealing with UK consumers. Scammers will try and use this to their advantage by posing as a genuine FCA authorised company to convince you to pay an up-front fee for your loan. Please contact us immediately by email

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How much are you looking to borrow? is a trading style of Leadsmarket UK Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Approved firm reference number 746301. Registered in England and Wales, company number 09861241, Suite 3, Thornfield, Delamer Road, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 2NG. ICO Reg: ZA181843., may receive a reward in the form of a commission or fee from the lender or broker we introduce you to. You can request details of this reward by writing to us directly. This site is intended for use by UK residents only.

Representative Example: Borrow £250 for 90 days. Total amount repayable is £411.63 in 3 monthly instalments of £137.21. Fixed interest rate of 292% per year. 1272% APR Representative.

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