Please note: High-cost short-term credit is unsuitable for sustained borrowing over long periods and would be expensive as a means of longer-term borrowing.
Loans like QuickQuid
Before going into administration in October 2019, QuickQuid was one of the biggest names in payday lending – frequently advertising on TV. We've compiled a list of popular UK lenders offering similar services.
Online lenders that offer similar loans to QuickQuid
A contemporary of Wonga – which went into administration in 2018 due to the sheer volume of complaints it received – QuickQuid managed to weather the payday storm until 2019, perhaps thanks to being a part of US lending giant Enova International.
QuickQuid offered fast and uncomplicated short term loans of up to £1,000 to borrowers facing unexpected expenses. Typically, you could expect very high interest rates, no setup fees, quick access to cash (QuickQuid said it would get it to you within 10 minutes after your application had been accepted) and a limited number of instalments with which to repay the loan (usually between one and six).
Our tool at the end of this page allows you to compare the cost of payday or short term loans from a selection of lenders. Alternatively, here are some sites like quickquid.co.uk, offering fast and straightforward loans online in return for a high APR.
Estimate the cost of your loan
As well as comparing these loans with other types of credit, before you apply, it’s a good idea to compare lenders. You can use the table below to get an idea of how much the loan you have in mind might cost through a range of popular lenders.
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