£1500 Small Personal Loan

Are you looking for a £1500 loan? You’ve come to the right place!
Apply now for £1500
Borrow £1,200 for 9 months. 9 monthly repayments of £226.33. Total repayment £2,036.97. Interest rate p.a. (fixed) 145.71%. RAPR 295.58%. Our RAPR includes all applicable fees. Daily interest is capped at 0.47%.
Warning: Late repayments can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk
4,967 people
applied for
£1500 loans
from Cashfloat in the past year.

Whether you need to borrow money for an emergency expense or home maintenance, Cashfloat can get you the cash you need fast. All you need to do is apply here, and you’ll get an instant decision.

Bad credit accepted if you pass our affordability test
High acceptance if you have a steady income- benefits included
Repay early for free and save on interest charges
Apply now for £1500

Over how many months can I borrow £1500?

With Cashfloat, you can borrow £1500 over 6 or 9 months. Of course, you can always make early payments towards your loan or even close the whole loan early – both of which will save you money – using our savings calculator in the login area. For more information on rates and terms of different Cashfloat loans, click here.

Can I borrow £1500 loans if I’m on benefits?

Receiving benefits is considered a steady source of income and thus you can apply if you are a UK resident, have a UK bank account, and are aged over 18.

Can I get a £1500 loan with no credit check?

Cashfloat is an FCA authorised lender who cares about your financial safety. We do not approve any loans, even £300 loans, without a credit check, since getting a loan that you can’t really afford will badly damage your financial situation.

Will Cashfloat approve a £1500 loan for bad credit?

A low credit score makes finding a loan difficult. But not with Cashfloat. Whatever your credit score, you’re welcome to apply for up to £2500, and there’s a good chance you’ll be approved if you can afford the repayments. Be aware that if your credit score is low, the interest rates you are offered will be higher, so trying to repair your credit rating is a good idea.

58% of people who borrow £1500 loans are Male
59% of people who borrow £1500 loans are Single
Average age for people who borrow a £1500 loan: 34 years old
Most common job fields for people who borrow a £1500 loan are Sales, Customer Service and Warehouse
Top 3 cities where people borrow £1500 loans: London, Manchester and Birmingham
People who borrow £1500 loans earn an average of £2,593 a month

What are the other loan amounts available with Cashfloat’s small personal loans?

We offer small personal loans of £1000-£2500, over 6 or 9 months. If you want to borrow a smaller amount then have a look at our short term loan options, which are available for 3 to 6 months. Be aware that short term loans are charged at a higher interest rate, so make sure you can afford the repayments.

Why apply for a £1500 loan with a direct lender?

The application process with a direct lender is quicker than with a broker, since a broker has to wait for several lenders to process your application before offering you the best options. Brokers also charge extra fees, whereas with direct lenders like Cashfloat, there are no extra costs or hidden fees.

Are £1500 loans available 24/7?

Our online application form is available 24/7, 365 days a year. We will process your application as quickly as possible, as we understand that people applying for loans are often in a tight spot and need the cash fast. If you apply on a bank holiday or weekend, we will process your application on the next working day.

What if I can’t make a monthly repayment on time?

We understand that all it takes to mess up your budget is one emergency expense or unexpected bill. It happens to the best of us. As soon as you realise you will be unable to meet your monthly repayments, you should contact our customer support team who will try to help you come up with an arrangement that suits your needs. Remember, before applying for a loan it’s important to check that you can afford the repayments.