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Short Term Loans from £300 to £1000

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REPRESENTATIVE EXAMPLE:

If you borrow £550 over 6 months at a representative interest rate of 235.83%APR and a variable annual interest rate of 127.75%, you’d pay five monthly instalments of £130.25 and your sixth and final payment would be £130.23. The total charge for the credit would be £231.48 so you’d pay back £781.48.


WARNING: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, please visit the Moneyhelper website.

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This loan may be suitable for you if:

  • You want a short term loan for between 3 and 12 months
  • You want a competitively priced loan up to £1000
  • You want a loan that has no hidden fees or costs
No

This loan may not be suitable for you if:

  • You have a history of bad credit including recent defaults and CCJ’s.
  • You already have outstanding payday loans or short term loans.
  • You are already in financial difficulty and wouldn’t be able to repay the loan.

How it works...

Apply to Auden using the form below. Applying won't affect your credit score^
We'll check your eligibility for a loan against the application criteria and if suitable, you’ll be sent to the Auden website
If you are not eligible for an Auden loan, we will try our other lenders to see if we can get you a loan elsewhere
If another lender accepts your application you’ll be redirected to their website

^In order to assess your suitability for a loan, lenders may perform a soft credit check, this does not harm your credit score and is not visible to other lenders. If you accept a loan offer, you will be redirected to the lender and they may ask to perform a full credit check.

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Auden Loans

About Auden

Auden is a short term lender in the UK offering loans from £300 to £1000 from 3 to 12 months to eligible borrowers. You can find out if you’re eligible for an Auden Loan without affecting your credit score.

Auden is a responsible lender and are members of Responsible Finance, the UK body for fair lenders who also offer support and advice.

You can borrow any amount from £300 to £1000, first time customers may be offered a lower amount than applied for. You can manage your Auden account online and you can be sure that you are dealing with a trusted and fair lender.

Eligibility Criteria

You must be over 18 years of age.

You must be a UK resident with an active bank account and debit card.

All loans are subject to credit and affordability checks.

Applying

All UK residents over 18 can apply for an Auden loan, but you’ll need to meet their lending criteria.  Auden loans are not suitable for those with particularly bad credit.

Auden is a fully digital lender and everything you need to do is completed online, including signing your loan agreement should you make a successful application.

Auden harnesses powerful technology and data to make fast decisions on loan applications and this includes the use of Open Banking, ensuring that any loan offered is affordable to you.

The great thing about applying on allthelenders is that if Auden cannot accept your application then we will search our comprehensive panel of lenders to see if any other lenders will accept you, saving you time and helping you to get the loan that you need.

Repaying an Auden Loan

Auden Loans are repaid in equal monthly instalments over 3 to 12 months, depending on the loan period you chose during your application.

Auden will collect the payments directly from your debit card on each of your following paydays, the payments are automatically collected and there is nothing you need to do.

Once you have repaid your Auden loan, subject to credit and affordability checks you may be eligible to borrow again and you may be offered a higher amount.

Auden Group Limited is authorised & regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.