Short term loans to suit your needs
Short Term Cash Loans Between £100 and £1000
Flexible short term loans
Our short term loans are designed to be flexible and easy to understand, so you can be clear about your choices. You can choose from several options for the length of your loan, and get a repayment period that suits you best.
Once you've chosen a loan period you'll be able to see your fixed interest rate, the amount for each payment, and the final overall cost. So you'll know exactly how much you need to repay from the start, with no hidden or extra charges along the way.
Loan periods start at 20 weeks with a 33 week option available for new customers and a further 52 week loan option for existing customers. You'll be able to work out the best arrangement for you with your local agent when you apply.
Take a look at the table below to see some examples of the different loan periods available, their weekly payments and overall cost.
|Term||Interest rate||Loan amount||APR||Payments||Total Repayment|
|Term 20 Weeks||Interest rate 50%||Loan amount £100||APR 756.5%||Payments £7.50||Total Repayment £150|
|Term 33 Weeks||Interest rate 65%||Loan amount £300||APR 433.5%||Payments £15||Total Repayment £495|
|Term 52 Weeks||Interest rate 82%||Loan amount £800||APR 272.5%||Payments £28||Total Repayment £1456|
...when you really need it
Morses Club's short term loans make borrowing easy. We give you a quick response and could offer you money when you need it most. The application process is simple and straightforward and won't take you more than a couple of minutes, so your cash flow problems could be sorted quicker than you think.
...whatever your circumstances
Morses Club accepts short term loan applications from all financial circumstances. Whether you've got CCJs, outstanding mortgage arrears or a bad credit history, each loan application is considered individually and you will receive a quick response.* With a short term loan, you'll get an initial decision in minutes and could have your cash within days of applying.
*Excludes people who have been declared bankrupt within the past 6 years.