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* Cashfloat terms and conditions apply. Applicants must be 18 or over. All loans are subject to affordability, applicant verification and traditional credit checks via various national databases by Cashfloat responsible lending policy. Loan limit maximum of £500 for first-time customers (£1100 for existing). In most cases, loan decisions may take up to 30 minutes during office working hours. If your bank does not support Faster Payments, funds will be sent to your account the same day as approval so long as you’re approved by 16:30.


Representative example: Borrow £500 for 4 Months, 4 Monthly Repayments of £215.81. Total repayment £863.24. Interest Rate PA (fixed) 270.10%, Representative APR 997%

Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk

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