As the COVID-19 situation continues to change and evolve, we know it’s creating lots of uncertainty for both our customers and colleagues. We’re truly sorry that this is affecting you, your family and friends and we will do what we can to help get you through these troubling times.
Your Rep is still working and there if you need them. Don't hesitate to call or text them if you need support with your account.
Stop to lending
Over the years, we’ve been proud to help people who need a loan and can’t get one elsewhere. However, the tough economic situation has resulted in us making the difficult decision to stop lending. Find out more on our home page or contact your Rep.
Our Reps will only visit you if it's safe to do so. They won't visit you if:
There are other ways to pay if your Rep can't visit. Find out more below.
How to pay without a home visit
You can pay your Rep over the phone if they can't visit you. You can also pay:
Speak to your Rep for more information.
Help with your loan
We know that this situation is having, or will have, an impact on some people’s incomes. If you’ve found yourself in a situation where you’re not able to make your next payment, please don’t worry. We won’t ever charge you for missed or late payments.
We have a range of options available to support customers who are in financial difficulty, if you think you might be affected, please get in touch as soon as possible so we can help you.
The best thing to do is talk to your Rep. There are lots of ways we can help if you find yourself struggling to pay. The following organisations may also be able to offer you free and independent advice.
Free, confidential and expert debt advice online or over the phone.
0800 138 1111
Free advice and help to work out your budget. They give you debt solutions suitable to your financial situation.
0808 808 4000
Our Contact Centre
The Contact Centre is open Monday – Friday 8am – 6pm, except bank holidays. We want to be able to help all our customers. Please always speak to your Rep first, they should be able to help with any questions you have.
Where can I find out more about the coronavirus?
You can also find helpful information on the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) website.