No Fee Payday Loans: What Are They and How Can You Apply

No fee payday loans
Published: 16/02/2017 and written by P Smith

If you find yourself faced with a financial emergency which simply cannot wait until payday, you may choose to take out a payday loan to help you get by. Payday loans can be used to cover an unexpected […]

Payday Loans: How to Compare Payday Loans Online

Compare Payday Loans in the UK
Published: 09/02/2017 and written by Natasha Krovak

Short term loans can be the quickest, most convenient solution to a financial emergency. Applying for a short term loan can take a matter of minutes, with successful applicants receiving their funds in under an […]

Payday Loans UK: What Are They and How Can You Apply for One?

Payday Loans UK
Published: 02/01/2017 and written by P Smith

If you’re looking for ‘payday loans UK’, you’ve come to the right place. Payday Loans are a form of short term credit which is usually repaid on the borrowers following pay date. Here at Mr Lender, […]

Payday Loans for Construction Workers

Published: 30/12/2016 and written by Toni Hart

The size and value of the construction industry is depreciating year on year – 2016 saw the industry shrink at its fastest rate since 2009. In addition to this, an estimated 400,000 skilled workers are […]

Payday Loans for Teachers in the UK

Payday loans for teachers
Published: 23/12/2016 and written by P Smith

More than a million people take out payday loans each year in the UK, and reportedly, a vast majority of these people are teachers. Each individual’s situation varies, but there are a number of reasons […]

Payday Loans Online

Payday Loans Online
Published: 23/12/2016 and written by L Sherman

Getting payday loans online is now faster and easier than ever. Online application forms make the process simple and stress free, with most companies providing convenient mobile friendly websites to simplify the process that little […]

Why pay more than you should for a short term loan?

Mr Lender: Why pay more than you should for a short term loan?
Published: 12/05/2015 and written by P Smith

Surely as a customer borrowing money you should only pay interest on what you owe at the time, right? So as you pay part of your loan off, you owe less, and the interest payable comes down accordingly. Why should you have to pay interest based on the whole amount you originally borrowed, even though you don’t owe that now?