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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the most popular questions that our
customers ask us, we’ve done our best to answer them for you

Simply decide how much you want to apply for and fill in the short online form. We'll search for a lender for you, and if approved, a loan agreement will be sent to you online. In some cases, your lender may need some verification of details such as employer or salary, but these can usually be sent online. If you agree to the lender's offer, the money will be transferred to your account, often on the same day. Once you get paid, you repay the loan and interest.

The exact amount you can borrow depends on your personal circumstances and can differ by lender but loans are generally from £100 to £5,000.

There are not generally any restrictions on what you can use the money for, however little-loans are designed as a short term loan for emergencies and should not be used frivolously.

Once accepted, the money could be sent to your bank account in as little as 15 minutes, however some lenders may include an extra charge for this service. Most loans are paid into your account on the same day and without any transaction charges. The time that it takes for the cash to be received in your account will depend on your bank’s policies and procedures.

If you are 18 or over, in full time employment earning £750 per month or more, you are likely to meet the basic criteria. You will need a bank account that accepts direct debits and the lender is able to prove your identity.

We would not recommend you doing so. Lenders will require that you pay off your existing loan before approving you for a new loan. You should only borrow what you can afford to pay back on your next pay date to avoid further interest and charges and to avoid damaging your credit rating.

Lenders will assess your application in a variety of ways. This may include checking with credit reference and fraud prevention agencies. They will also assess your ability to repay the loan before making a decision on your application.

It is a legal requirement credit products are advertised with the Annual Percentage Rate (APR). Short-term loans are normally taken over a maximum term of 36 months but the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is calculated based on paying a fixed amount of interest annually. You will normally pay back around £25 per £100 borrowed, with an APR of 1734%. Please see our representative example for more information.

Terms and conditions vary, however when you will be required to repay your loan will depend on which product you apply for. Full details of when your repayments will start, how often and when repayments will need to be made, the term and for how long the repayments need to be made will be explained on the loan agreement provided to you.

The payment is taken automatically using the debit card details you provided so it is essential that you have the required funds available to avoid further interest or late payment charges.

Some lenders use CPA (continuous payment authority) to retrieve payment. This means that you authorise the lender to withdraw the funds from your bank account. They can also make multiple attempts to withdraw the money if it is not available. If you want to cancel your CPA, you can do this by contacting the lender or by contacting your bank and requesting a cancellation.

Yes. All your personal data is kept secure and confidential and we only keep it for as long as necessary. All the information you provide is stored in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and kept secure in accordance with our privacy policy.

It is a requirement that applicants have a debit card.

It is important that before applying for any type of credit you have made sure that you are able to make the repayments on the agreed date. If your circumstances change and you think you may be unable to repay the loan, it is important to speak to the lender straight away so they can discuss the ways in which they can help. If you are experiencing financial problems and have mounting debts, we would strongly advise you not to take additional loans from any credit providers and speak to somebody about your situation straight away. You can get free advice and support from a number of places, including Step Change Debt Charity, Citizens Advice Bureau & The National Debt Helpline.

Little-loans does not charge anything for using its service, however if you decide to go ahead and choose a Loan through Little-Loans, then your Lender may pay Little-Loans a commission.