Payday Pig

Payday Pig is a payday loan broker, operated by Stop Go Networks Limited, offering fast matching with lenders that meet your loan requirements.

Payday loans in UK are a form of short-term loans for small amounts, typically with the repayment of the loan being done on the borrower's next payday from regular employment, usually within a few weeks time.

These are NOT financial products for solving long-term money problems, partly because of the high annual percentage rates (APRs) of interest, or high costs of borrowing.

Many customers of payday lending operations use these loans to fund short-term emergencies and unexpected expenses, such as car repairs or medical emergencies.

As for the company, one of the advantages of using a payday loan broker is that they will match you with suitable lenders in seconds from their database, a work that if done by yourself, could take a lot of time.

In addition to using a broker, you can do a lot of research on your own before considering taking a cash advance, such as comparing the payday loans with online loan comparison services.

How to Apply for a Loan via the Company

There are several requirements for you to be eligible to apply for a loan.

The most central requirements are that you must be 18 years of age or over, in full time employment and that you are earning at least £750 per month.

In addition, to qualify, you'll need to have a bank account that will accept direct debits, plus the company needs to be able to prove your identity.

The online application form at the service website takes only minutes to fill in, and most applications take only a few minutes to be approved.

Under certain circumstances, you may be asked for further information, and sometimes, even to forward some additional documentation.

The available loan amounts range from £100 to £1000, and bad credit will not necessarily prevent you from getting one of these loans, depending on you financial situation as a whole.

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Cash advances should be used for short-term financial needs only, not as a long-term financial solution.

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