Seen a great deal on something you need to buy?

Need to replace your old washing machine, or a cooker that’s seen better days? You could get the cash you need and spread the repayments with a Provident loan – which could be really handy if you’ve seen a great-value replacement in the January sales.

 

As an existing Provident customer you might be able to borrow up to £2,500; subject to affordability. Use our loan calculator at the bottom of this page to see how much a cash loan could cost.
 

For more details, speak to your local Agent.

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How much you need to borrow

How much you need to borrow

How much you need to borrow

£100
£2500

Over how many weeks

Over how many weeks

Over how many weeks

13wks
104wks

Weekly payment
Total to repay
APR

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