Bizzy Loans (BizzyLoans) is an instalment loan brand belonging to London’s Nouveau Finance Ltd. This broker has an extensive range of companies attached to their credit licence (#657596). Other than the featured release, Diddy Loans has proved popular and some other trading names include Comparify, Next Payday Advance, Only Fast Loans, TermLoanz and TheRightLoan4U. Many of their web properties are unknown, but they would collectively be generating plenty of business for their lending partners. The bulk of leads would likely be attracted through the Bizzy loan project that was launched at www.bizzyloans.co.uk a few months into 2014. Considering that they are still relatively new, the level of popularity attained has been noteworthy.
Castle Finance Direct is a personal loan broker based in Birmingham and found online at www.castlefinancedirect.co.uk. Whilst they do broker their leads they are interestingly also authorised to lend on their credit licence (#544662). This is a highly experienced company that has been trading since back in 2003. They have operated through other trading names over the years. This has included Apple Tree Loans and UK Loans Direct that are each now closed. There have also been some financing companies that we couldn’t track down on the web and so those too may have ceased. This featured firm has however stood the test of time, that isn’t commonly seen with fee-charging brokers.
Giffgaff (translates as mutual giving) is the UK’s most well known mobile virtual network operator (MVNO). They use the O2 network that makes sense since they are each owned by Spain’s Telefonica. This company was formed in late 2009 and they head a range of products today through www.giffgaff.com. For their core business, they send out a free SIM card. You add this to your unlocked phone and then purchase pay as you go bundle packs (aka goodybags). Their starter pack at £10 provides 1 GB of data, 500 call minutes and unlimited texts. 4G is always added for those with compatible devices. Their community is an integral part of the brand.
Swift Money is a loan broker based in the Manchester area. They are active at www.swiftmoney.com that they promote extensively online, but they also trade from the (.co.uk) extension. We aren’t too sure on their formation year due to the domain handover that is discussed further below. They promote no credit check payday loans between £50 and £1000 with new users being limited to £500. Credit checks will of course be made by any such lender that they match you to. Swift Money is headed clearly as a broker, but they are interestingly qualified to lend as seen on their Interim Permissions profile (#648992). They however don’t currently do this.
Payday Pig is the flagship brand of the Stop Go Networks Ltd broker. They trade centrally from www.paydaypig.co, although this currently redirects to the subdomain of paydaypig.stopgonet.com. They originally launched on the (.co.uk) domain extension that was back in the year 2011. This service is specialised on a fixed monthly term and you can apply for between the sums of £100 and £1000. Initial restrictions of a few hundred pounds should of course be expected when you are using a lender for the first time. The interest here is displayed at 292% pa fixed (0.8% daily). The lender panel used has never been shared.