Emergency loans are designed to offer financial assistance on a short term basis for UK residents. When an individual is facing an unexpected bill, such as a car repair, important home improvement or repayment of a small debt an emergency cash loan could be the answer.
Allowing an individual to borrow up to £1,000 with no credit check and with the possibility of same day transfer to the borrower's bank account, means that a solution to a short term financial problem can be fixed very quickly. In fact emergency loans have been set up for this exact purpose, meaning the hassle and formalities of high street lending has been removed and the whole process can be managed online from the comfort of your own home.
An emergency loan is an unsecured form of borrowing and therefore falls under the category of unsecured loans. Typically these type of unsecured loans are borrowed over a short period of time, usually around 1 calendar month, whereby the loan is simply repaid from the borrower's next salary. This form of borrowing can be ideal if the borrower is only requiring a short term solution and the loan amount if not in excess of £1,000. For larger amounts of borrowing, I would suggest contacting more conventional financial organisations whom specialise in larger loan amounts, over longer repayment periods.
As I explained earlier, an emergency cash loan is for short term purposes and for those individuals whom require immediate cash assistance. Therefore when applying for this type of loan, means you are able to get the loan credited to your bank account usually the same working day. Whilst many lenders will charge for this service, some will not - so I would always recommend you shop around to ensure the amount of interest you are repaying and any additional fees you will be paying to borrow the loan, are factored into the equation before committing yourself to the loan agreement.
As with any form of borrowing, whether on a short term or long term period, you must always ask yourself whether you can afford the repayments and most importantly what it is going to cost you in interest and other charges, to repay the loan to the lender. I would always recommend you review your individual financial circumstances before committing yourself to any form of credit agreement. Remember that whilst it may be great to be approved for the loan and the cash loan will allow you to repay urgent bills or other financial outgoing, the emergency loan must be repaid on time as per the agreement you have committed to with the lender.
Failure to repay your loan on time, could mean you incurring additional charges from the lender, in addition to those already highlighted to you when you took out the emergency cash loan.