Users' questions

What is the cheapest way to borrow money UK?

What is the cheapest way to borrow money UK?

Depending on your needs the cheapest way to borrow money will most likely be a personal loan or a credit card. These aren’t the only ways of getting hold of money, however. You can also use a bank current account overdraft or borrow against the value of your house.

How much are the repayments on a 40000 loan?

1% Repayment Rate

1% 15yr 20yr
40000 £239.40 £183.96
41000 £245.38 £188.56
42000 £251.37 £193.16
43000 £257.35 £197.75

How old was Martin Lewis when he started Moneysupermarket?

The 40-year-old personal finance journalist and TV pundit, who started the site in 2003 at a cost of just £100, agreed the deal with the price comparison website MoneySupermarket.

Who was the largest payday loan company in the UK?

Following the demise of the UK’s largest payday loan firm, Wonga (which went into administration in Aug 2018), MSE founder Martin Lewis said: ‘Payday loans are for most a flawed concept’ “The payday loan industry was built on the back of marketing, not need. They sold people the concept of a need to create a demand, then pushed products.

How old do you have to be to get a loan from Moneysupermarket?

MoneySuperMarket is a credit broker – this means that we’ll show you products offered by lenders. You must be 18 or over and a UK resident. Credit Monitor will help you take control of your credit score, with free personalised tips to help you improve your score – this could give you a wider range of loan rates to choose from.

Is the Moneysupermarket website part of the BBC?

Absolutely, we will continue to do what we’ve always done. MSE and MoneySupermarket will operate as completely separate entities as part of the bigger group. Think of it like the fact Radio 4 and Radio 5 are both part of the BBC but with their own separate editorial stance. Q. Is the site’s consumer-focused and campaigning agenda safe? Yes.