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1000 Pound Loans from Cashfloat
You weren’t expecting the car to break down, your boiler to break, or your tooth to crack. But it did, and now you have to cover the repair costs. You probably weren’t budgeting for this expense, so that’s why we’re here to help you. A £1000 loan in the UK can help you take care of urgent bills you weren’t planning for, and help you get back on your feet in no time.
Cashfloat offers £1000 loans over a period of 3-6 months to help you pay for emergency expenses. Our £1000 payday loans are fast, reliable, and flexible to make borrowing urgent credit a smooth and seamless experience.
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Cashfloat are the best. Helped me out when I needed it most. Very grateful would highly recommend
Great option for people with bad credit score. I applied for a loan beginning of June. Because of my bad credit score I highly doubted that it will be accepted but I was so wrong. I applied for £1000 but based on my situation I was offered £600. Application was quick and easy, repayment plan suits my affordability. I can honestly recommend.
Once again thank you Cashfloat. Easy application, prompt service, hassle free. Money in the bank within hours of application
100% recommended – To apply first time was a breeze just a few details and upload a proof of income and your sorted, the loan will be paid in your account within 2 hours, monthly repayments are easy as you dont need to do anything or you can save by repaying early which is what i did and i saved over £150 so go on and give Cashfloat a try as you will be floating on air!
Can I Get a £1000 Loan with Bad Credit?
- 18+ years old
- A UK resident
- Steady source of income
- A UK bank account holder
If you meet these basic criteria and you feel that borrowing a £1000 loan bad credit is the right option for you, then fill out our application to get the emergency funds you need today!
Can I get a £1000 loan from a direct lender?
Does Cashfloat Offer £1000 loans for bad credit with no guarantor?
Yes! All of Cashfloat’s loans are unsecured, so you can get a £1000 loan with no guarantor even if you have poor credit. Many lenders will ask for a guarantor if you are applying for a £1000 loan with bad credit to lower the risk of lending to you. At Cashfloat, however, we believe in our customers’ creditworthiness, so we’ll never ask you for a guarantor to secure your bad credit loans.
Remember: £1000 loans in the UK are an expensive type of credit, and as a responsible lender, we encourage you to consider all your options carefully. If a smaller amount can meet your needs, we urge you not to borrow more than necessary. On the other hand, borrowing a sum that is smaller than you need can leave you in debt, leading you to default on your bills and loan repayments.
How Do I Borrow £1000?
Once you’ve completed the form, you’ll get an instant decision from our underwriters so we don’t keep you in suspense. If approved during business hours, you should receive the funds in your bank account within the hour. You’ll make monthly payments on your next few paydays in order to repay your loan.
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Why choose Cashfloat?
We know that borrowing a £1,000 loan to cover a short-term emergency can be necessary yet an expensive decision. So we’ve come up with a way to make it that much easier for you to borrow money in emergencies.
Cashfloat is a trusted FCA authorised lender in the UK offering fast and affordable payday loans between £500 and £1000 over 3-6 months (7 with Easy-Start option). As a supreme leading direct lender, all our loans are processed, approved and funded by our expert team. They are available to assist you with any questions or difficulties you may encounter at any point in the loan process. We are here to help you even if you have bad credit. If we aren’t able to fund you a loan ourselves, we are also a credit broker, and we will help you find another lender who can better meet your needs. Apply now to experience the Cashfloat difference.