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Everyday Loans | www.everyday-loans.co.uk Reviews

Everyday Loans

Intro…

Everyday delivers large unsecured bad credit loans through a retail estate of 55 branches. Their valued industry experience and major high street presence has helped them to remain one of the industry heavyweights as time has passed. Arbuthnot’s Secure Trust Bank had been the brand owner, but they were sold on to Non-Standard Finance that was back in 2015. TrustTwo was included in the deal and more recently NSF boosted their guarantor credentials with the acquisition of George Banco. Everyday’s customer base sits at just over 45,000. This may not sound all that high, but you have to remember that each contract can be substantial, with funds as high as £15,000 up for grabs here.

About…

Brand: Everyday Loans (aka: EDL, EverydayLoans).
Company: Everyday Lending Ltd (part of Non-Standard Finance Plc).
Founder: Danny Malone, Mark Ridlington, Terry Williams.
Launched: 2006.
Licence: 724445.
Offers: Personal.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday (10am-6pm) and Saturday (10am-12pm).
Other Projects: George Banco, Loans at Home, TrustTwo.
Web: www.everyday-loans.co.uk.

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Likely Loans | www.likelyloans.com Reviews

Likely Loans

Intro…

Likely’s owner Oakbrook Finance Ltd has been in business since 2011. Their introduction to subprime lending began with GuarantorUs back in 2013. Here they delivered a low rate guarantor loan that was notable for its price, but this brand never received early traction. This resulted in the following year with a rebrand of Likely Loans. This lender has come along way since, now serving more than 100,000 customers. This time around, investment in TV advertising and web promotion through Facebook has helped this company to challenge for market share. A 2nd project (Appro) would follow in 2016. This works more like a gateway to the main site, but a cheaper rate is packaged at 19.9%.

About…

Brand: Likely Loans (aka: LikelyLoans).
Company: Oakbrook Finance Ltd.
Founder: Charles Mindenhall, Manoj Badale.
Launched: 2014 (2013 as GuarantorUs).
Licence: 707357.
Offers: Personal.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday (8am-8pm).
Other Projects: Appro Loans.
Web: www.likelyloans.com.

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MyJar Loans | www.myjar.com Reviews

MyJar Loans

Intro…

MyJar is the sole operation of MyJar Ltd. This identify was rolled out in 2013 when it replaced TxtLoan that was formed in 2008 (actively trading since 2009). There was a few founders involved at start-up. The key man was Gert Koppel who later moved on. More recently he was hired at CreditStar. Another co-founder (Kristjan Novitski) would go on to launch Peachy (both launched in 2011). TxtLoan was the innovative and dominant player in the text loan niche that has generally phased out over the years. A more flexible approach has been taken with this revamped project. To date they have lent £405 million and issued 2 million loans.

About…

Brand: MyJar (aka: My Jar).
Company: MyJar Ltd.
Founder: Gert Koppel.
Launched: 2013 (2009 as TxtLoan).
Licence: 673214.
Offers: Instalment, personal.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday (8am-8pm), Saturday (8am-6pm), Sunday (9am-6pm).
Other Projects: Non.
Web: www.myjar.com.

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Pounds to Pocket Loans | www.poundstopocket.co.uk Reviews

Pounds to Pocket Loans

Intro…

Pounds to Pocket was launched in 2010 to supplement the successful QuickQuid brand under the CashEuroNet UK Llc subsidiary. The initial approach was to deliver 12 month loans, but over time they’d add more flexibility from 6 months onwards. This service was innovative to what was around at launch. Back then they operated 24/7 and there was no other way that you could receive a sizeable same day loan with bad credit although there was of course a heavy price to pay. This brand progressed quickly, boosted along the way by TV ads. Competition did however mount over time and there was a notable change of control when Cash America and Enova spun off from each other.

About…

Brand: Pounds to Pocket (aka: P2P, PoundstoPocket).
Company: CashEuroNet UK Llc (subsidiary of Enova International Inc).
Founder: Jack Daugherty.
Launched: 2010.
Licence: 673738.
Offers: Instalment, personal.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday (8am-9pm), Saturday to Sunday (10am-6.30pm).
Other Projects: On Stride Financial, QuickQuid.
Web: www.poundstopocket.co.uk.

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Satsuma Loans | www.satsumaloans.co.uk Reviews

Satsuma Loans

Intro…

Provident Financial pioneered the doorstep loan sector with Provident and they have enjoyed notable success delivering subprime credit cards under the Vanquis brand. The natural next big step for this thriving Bradford business was to deliver a competitive online service. This came about when they packaged Satsuma Loans and brought this project to the market in 2013. Satsuma’s product targets instalment periods from 3 months right up to a year. As it stands their customer base sits at around 80,000 that is quite a small portion of the Group’s 2.5 million user base. There has certainly been progress here though and they are now mixing it up with heavyweight instalment brands such as Lending Stream, MyJar and Sunny.

About…

Brand: Satsuma Loans (aka: SatsumaLoans).
Company: Provident Personal Credit Ltd (subsidiary of Provident Financial Plc).
Founder: Joshua Waddilove (Group).
Launched: 2013.
Licence: 002529.
Offers: Instalment, personal.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday (8am-8pm), Saturday (8.30am-5pm).
Other Projects: Moneybarn, Provident, Vanquis.
Web: www.satsumaloans.co.uk.

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