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What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file which are created when you visit any website. They are stored in the cookies directory on the computer/device you are using. They are NOT used to access your computer or device, but access is required to drop the cookie. Cookies can be set to last for a certain amount of time, this can be anything from a few minutes or several years.
Some Cookies are used by websites, to enhance or improve your browsing experience. These ‘essential’ cookies are responsible for remembering that you are logged in or have taken certain actions during you visit.
These cookies are referred to as essential because without them, the site or web page would not function as we intended and make it impossible to provide our service to the standard expected. Other ‘non-essential’
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These are like cookies and they help improve your online experience. They help us to track the usage of our site, give us statistics and help us identify errors or problems.
Third Party Cookies.
These cookies are placed on your device (with your consent) which relate to a ‘third party’ website. These are usually social media, advertising or analytics providers. You can find a full list of cookies we use on our site below. Along with steps to opt-out of these cookies.
We may also use third party cookies for behavioural advertising, sometimes referred to as remarketing. If you agree to these, they allow us to show you relevant products that we think may be of interest to you based on your browsing behaviour and history. This is why you see adverts for websites you have visited recently on other apps or websites.
You can choose to opt-out of all non-essential cookies. How you can do this is explained in the next section of this policy.
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We have provided links to the most popular browsers cookie management pages below.
Little-Loans.com is not a lender but is a fully regulated and authorised credit broker which introduces borrowers and lenders for the purposes of entering into short-term unsecured loan agreements.
Little-Loans.com does not charge customers a fee for using its broker services, but it receives a commission from lenders or other brokers if a customer enters into a consumer credit agreement with a lender or broker following an introduction through this website.
Little-Loans.com will provide every effort to find you a loan. If we are not able to do this, we may transfer you directly to alternative firms and services which may incur a monthly fee, such as credit building tools if you choose to use them.
Little-Loans.com is a registered Trading Name of Digitonomy Limited, Registered in England and Wales (Company number 08385135), Registered Office; Steam Mill Business Centre, Steam Mill Street, Chester, Cheshire, CH3 5AN. Digitonomy Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is entered on the Financial Services Register under reference number:
Licenced by the Information Commissioners Office, (registration number ZA007309)
*Once approved, your cash could be sent within minutes. The time that it takes for the cash to be received in your account will depend on your bank’s policies and procedures.
‡This is a daily average of loan applications that have been submitted between Sept 2017 and Nov 2017