Monkey Dosh Review |

Monkey Dosh

Address: 8A2 Sentinel House, Peel Street, Eccles, M30 0NJ.
Branding: Monkey Dosh. Also known as: MonkeyDosh.
FCA Licence: 637731.
From: Monkey Dosh Ltd.
Launched: 2010.
Memberships: Non.
Related: No companies.

Loan Details…
Available: Monday to Friday (9am/5pm).
Bad credit considered: Yes.
Manage: Monkey Dosh login provided via
Offers: Payday loans.
Pricing: £24/£100 (30 days).
Sums: £100 to £750 (new) | £750 max (returning).
Terms: 1 month.
Notes: The maximum sum of £750 can be selected on the application form and this is also the listed limit in the FAQ. They do however promote the headline that £1000 can be received on their homepage. There is no further information surrounding this figure on the site. It may be the case that it will be accessible to existing customers once they are logged in.

– Eligibility: Unlike many of their competitors, they do appear to be more relaxed when it comes to customer eligibility. All they ask is for a regular income and it is stated that they will consider applicants that are self-employed.
– Profile: This company has not quite managed to compete on the same scale as the major lenders, but they have managed to gather prominence across their home region of Manchester. Most of their advertising efforts have in fact been focussed around this city. This has included seasonal promotional posters and radio ads that have been played out on Key 103.

– Pricing included an interest charge at £25 per £100 borrowed. This was competitively set and so they only had to make a small change down to £24 to meet the cap. Whilst this is commendable, there was a fast transfer fee (optional) that was priced at £12.50. This wasn’t listed anywhere on the site and so applicants taking out a loan may have been a little disappointed to learn that they would have to pay extra for a fast transfer. Moving forward, there is no such extra charge required.
– Promo codes have historically been available, although these have never been easy to obtain. This discount was fitted around the noted funding fee. Whilst they still ask on the application form if you have a promotional code it is highly likely that these will have now stopped since the transmission fee has been discarded.
– Related companies (Personal Credit Loan and Slater Brooks) are listed on their FCA profile. PCL now sits on a parked GoDaddy page and the Slater Brooks site asks for a login on visit. It appears that this featured brand is now the owner’s central focus.