Cash Lady Loans Info (Broker)

Cash Lady

Cash Lady has emerged to become the most recognisable broker brand on the market. They now trade from www.cashlady.com after recently switching from the (.co.uk) extension. The company owner is Money Gap Group Ltd who originally went under the name of PDB UK Ltd. They have competed through a wide range of trading names over the years. KwikCash and Payday Bank have been the most well known identities outside of the firm in focus. The Money Gap Group (licence #626678) has gathered valued sector industry, but it has been their advertising efforts that has solidified their prominence. No other loan broker has run TV ads across multiple brands.

The Cash Lady TV ads with Kerry Katona attracted complaints and negative press. Her contract was closed when she was made bankrupt for a second time. KwikCash has also been seen on TV, although these ads are shown throughout the daytime and so not many people may be familiar with them. This featured service (often branded as CashLady) was launched back in 2011. They have historically headed no more than £300, but they currently state that you can apply for up to £500. The term was monthly, but they have now additionally added 3 and 6 months. Their interest example matches the cap and so you pay £24 per £100 over 30 days.

All of the top monthly lenders have historically been attached to their panel. They currently note the examples of PaydayUK, QuickQuid and Sunny. There is a Cash Lady login added at www.cashlady.com that is designed well and they encrypt all applications. An email address is listed for contact with their support team being reachable between Monday and Friday (9am/5pm). There is also a listed correspondence address of 28-32 Wellington Road, St John’s Wood, London, NW8 9SP. This broker has the ability to deliver more than 15,000 leads each week to any attached lender that highlights their scale. Other than their own advertising efforts, they have also run a successful affiliate program.

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