How are door step loans different from other loans?

Doorstep loans are also known as home collected loans. The major quality about them is that they are collected from your doorstep. You’ll also have the opportunity of interacting on a face to face basis with the agents.


Who are the agents?

Agents are one of the most important aspects of our company. They are the experts that would interact with you on a face to face basis. The agents would also assist you in the application process so that you go for a loan that is within your grasp and easily payable. You’ll also discuss the frequency of repayments and the fees to be paid.

How much money I’m I able to acquire?

We offer loans ranging from £100 all the way to £1000, and this simply depends on the amount your need, and the amount you’re able to pay weekly. Remember, there are no surprises; once you take a loan and have the weekly or monthly fee, that’ll all you’re going to pay. No hidden charges.

What can I use my loan for?

The reason for borrowing the money is not really our concern. You could use the loan for anything under the sun, and we don’t have any limitations imposed on it. You could use it for food, healthcare, buying yourself a car or even planning your wedding.

Am I eligible for a doorstep loan?

To be eligible, you have to meet a few requirements. First, you need to be at least 18 years old and prove that you are a legal UK resident.


All you need to do is submit your personal details including your name, date of birth and National Insurance Number. Then submit your address and your contact information.

It’s worth noting that we don’t conduct any credit checks, so you can apply for a loan even if you’ve got a tainted credit score.

I am unemployed, can I still get a loan?

Absolutely. Your employment status should not hinder you from getting financial services. We will assess your specific situation and look for the best solution for you. We’re flexible enough to ensure that every individual is able to secure a loan.

How much fees do I have to pay?

The amount of money and interest simply depends on the amount you wish to borrow and the frequency of paying back the loan. The higher the loan and less frequent the repayments, the higher the APR rate.