Swift Money Loans Info (Broker)

Swift Money

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.

This page also marks Premier Finance that is focussed on the car finance sector. There has always been some confusion with this discussed company and another bearing the same name. This independent firm traded through the (.co.uk), but they must have sold this domain on to this featured company and they then moved over to www.swiftmoney-online.co.uk. This organisation (New Forest Finance Ltd) is based in Bournemouth. Their FCA licence has recently lapsed and their costs don’t meet the cap and so there looks to be a closure on the cards there. The service in focus has been performing well and they have been stepping up their advertising efforts in 2015.

The monthly product here has a sample £24 per £100 charge and their lender panel is not shared. As suggested by their name, they are always looking to make fast turnarounds for those that use their service. Encryption is used on all applications processed through www.swiftmoney.com. Many brokers tend to close over the weekends, but it was good to see here that this company operates 7/7. The times were listed as Monday to Saturday (9am/8pm) and Sunday (10am/5pm). They can be reached by phone on 0800 567 7444 and their correspondence address is Digital World Centre, 1 Lowry Plaza, The Quays, Salford, Manchester, M50 3UB.

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