Loans like Lendable

Lendable offers fixed-rate loans to borrowers with fair (not perfect, but also not poor) credit scores.

Fair credit lenders like lendable

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Name Product Ratings Finder score Customer rating Loan amounts Loan terms Loan rate type Link
Abound Personal Loan (formerly Fintern)
Finder score
Expert analysis
Not yet rated
Β£1,000.00 to Β£10,000.00
12 months to 36 months
Check eligibility
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Representative example: Β£2,000 loan repayable over 36 months. 36 monthly payments of Β£77.60. Rate of interest 20.2% p.a. (fixed). Representative 25.8% APR. Total amount repayable Β£2,793.60.
Lendable Personal Loan
Finder score
Expert analysis
User rating
Β£1,000 to Β£25,000
12 months to 60 months
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Representative Example: Assumed borrowing of Β£7,500.00 over 36 months at 34.8% APR representative. Monthly cost of Β£319. Total amount repayable of Β£11,497. Interest rate of 27.1% p.a.(fixed) and total fees of Β£360.00.
Please note: You should always refer to your loan agreement for exact repayment amounts as they may vary from our results.

What is Lendable?

Lendable is a direct lender (not a broker) that provides fast loans of up to Β£25,000 online. If you’re looking for other companies like Lendable, the hunt is over – here’s a selection of similar platforms.

Like most lenders, Lendable’s rates are tailored to the applicant. It’ll run a “soft search” (a check that won’t hurt your credit score) of your credit file in order to give you a personalised quote.

However as a lender serving borrowers with less than perfect credit ratings, Lendable looks at more than just your credit score when deciding whether or not to offer a loan. In fact it claims to evaluate more than 100 data-points.

Despite offering opportunities to invest in its loans, Lendable is keen not to be considered a peer-to-peer (P2P) platform like Fund Ourselves.

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