There are a wide range of loan applications available from a wide range of loan companies. If you are looking to make a Loan Application then we can help. You may need to make a Loan Application to consolidate your existing loans or credit cards into one lower more manageable monthly repayment, or to purchase that something special, such as a new car, home improvements such as a new kitchen, conservatory, or loft conversion. loan applications can even be used or advancing your career by doing that course you have always wanted to do.
Here at Loans4 we have experienced staff who are specialists in loan applications, and will work with you to give you the best possible loan available from our panel of lenders, at the best possible APR and repayments, to match your individual credit profile and affordability.
It's really important to find a Loan Application that suit your specific needs.
Our loans range from £3,000 to £100,000, so can help meet our short term and longer term borrowing needs for the loan applications that you wish to make.
Use the Loans4 'Do you Qualify' feature to find out if you qualify before you actually go ahead with a Loan Application. The 'Do you Qualify ?' feature will help you determine the best loan for the Loan Application. We also find the best lender available to you based on you previous credit history, employment status, and equity in your property. By answering 10 quick questions, you will be able to find out straight away which loan product fits your current status, and the interest rates available to you.
You will be able to find the right Loan Application before you have to make an actual application, so no unnecessary credit searches trying to find what is available to you, and no nasty surprises after you apply.
Once you have used the 'Do you qualify' for the Loan Application , our process is simple and quick to make a Loan Application, all you need to do is select the loan which matches your needs, then you will be asked some personal questions (as opposed to the general questions ion the qualifier form), and the you will be able to apply at the click of a button.
To make a Loan Application, click here to see if you qualify.
Having been fined by the UK regulators, Royal Bank of Scotland has said there will be no repeat of an IT system crash that two years ago left millions of customers unable to make or receive payments. Some 6.5 million customers of RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank had problems accessing and managing their accounts for several weeks.
The penalties imposed on Thursday comprised a £42m fine from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and a £14m fine from the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).
The two regulators conducted a joint investigation into the matter, concluding that RBS's systems and controls had been inadequate.
The 2012 incident has already cost RBS £175m in compensation for customers and extra payments to staff after the bank opened branches for longer in response to the situation.
To prevent a recurrence of the problems, RBS has said it will invest an extra £750m by the end of 2015 to enhance the security and resilience of its IT systems. More than £500m of that investment has already been invested to improve the bank's systems.
The IT failure in 2012 was caused by a botched software upgrade, and raised questions about the resilience of the group's technology.
RBS's systems are outdated and made up of a complex patchwork of systems after dozens of acquisitions. more ....