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Rhodes Finance

About…
Address: 1st Floor Elscot House, Arcadia Avenue, Finchley Central, London, N3 2JU.
Branding: Rhodes Finance. Also known as: RhodesFinance.
FCA Licence: 616524.
From: Rhodes Finance Ltd.
Launched: 1980s.
Memberships: CCA.
Related: No companies.
Website: www.rhodesfinance.com.

Loan Details…
Available: Monday to Friday. Times not specified.
Bad credit considered: Yes.
Manage: No Rhodes Finance login at www.rhodesfinance.com.
Offers: Doorstep loans.
Pricing: £150/£300 (15 weeks).
Sums: £100 to £200 (new) | £1000 max (returning).
Terms: 15 weeks.
Notes: There are 2 references to their origins including 30 and 35 years that would trace them back to the early 80s. This service spans the region of the M25 with most of the locations sitting close to London. There is another company (Glenn) listed on their FCA page, but there is no website or supporting information online and so it may not be currently active. It is headlined that first time customers are restricted to £200. The £1000 sum for return users was pulled from Lenders Compared. On their application form no such range is displayed with you having to type in your desired loan amount. This form is not encrypted. Pricing is set to 50% of the amount borrowed. There is no reference to their days/times of operation. Standard business hours are expected between Monday and Friday.

Noteworthy…
– Experience: The background of this company dates back to the 1980s. Throughout their history they have kept their service domestic in the region of London. When you visit their site they do list examples of which areas they cover. A few examples include Battersea, Clapham, Chingford and Fulham.
– Pricing: The product charge at 50% edges out most of their rivals. The repayment span here is 15 weeks that is smaller than the industry norm that is typically set to 32. Their value is notable since you usually see discounted rates on longer credit agreements.

Updates…
– The main query of interest surrounds their opening times. We can’t see these extending further than Mon/Fri (9am/5pm).

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