LoanPig

Calculate Your Loan Cost:

Choose the loan type you require then adjust the sliders to calculate the cost of your loan.

Representative Example

Representative example: Borrow £300 over 3 months @ 292% pa (fixed) Total repayment: £457.95 in 3 monthly payments of £152.65. Representative 1261% APR
Total Repayable

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

You should always refer to your loan agreement for exact repayment amounts as they may vary from our results.
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Lender Overview

LoanPig are an online direct lender for payday and short term loans, from one month up to 12 months. LoanPig are able to offer loans from £50 to £1500 and can consider applicants with all credit types. LoanPig are also a licensed credit broker, meaning if they cannot lend to you themselves then they may be able to find you a loan with one of their partners.

When can I get my loan?

You can apply for a loan 24/7 on the LoanPig website and if accepted, they can usually fund your loan the same day.

How do I repay my loan?

When it comes to repayment, LoanPig will collect your agreed repayment amount from your debit card.

What happens if I can't pay my loan on time?

If you think that you might not be able to meet an upcoming repayment, it's important that you contact the team at LoanPig as soon as you know so that alternative arrangements can be made. LoanPig are responsible lenders and will work with you to come to a mutually beneficial resolution. LoanPig may apply a one-off charge of £15 to your account if you fail to make a repayment and interest may be charged at a rate of 0.8% per day in accordance with FCA guidelines.

Application Criteria

  • At least 18 years old
  • You need an active mobile no. and email address
  • You need to have a UK bank account with an active debit card.
  • You must be a UK Resident.
  • No DRO, IVA or Bankruptcy.

How is this lender regulated?

  • The Money Hive Limited (trading as LoanPig) is authorised and regulated by the FCA

WARNING:

Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to The Money Advice Service