If you have a less than perfect credit score it can make borrowing a bit of extra cash seem tough and daunting - no matter how little you want to borrow.
Compare your £300 loan options
|Paying back over||20 weeks||33 weeks|
|Interest rate of the loan||50%||65%|
|Repay per week||£22.50||£15.00|
|Total to repay||£450.00||£495.00|
|Apply Now||Apply Now|
Morses Club could help
If you have struggled with bad credit, Morses Club may still be able to help you.* Credit checks are undertaken as part of your application, but the loan is finalised personally by a Morses Club agent who will also conduct an affordability assessment to ensure that a £300 loan is right for your circumstances.
Small £300 Loans
Morses Club offers small cash loans, with new customers eligible to borrow up to £400 - subject to status. If you start with a small cash loan and keep up with your repayments, we may be able to offer you a larger loan in the future - should you need it.
Receive your loan in cash or a Morses Club Card
You can now choose to have your loan in cash, or to have your loan amount loaded onto a Morses Club Card.
The Morses Club Card is a great, secure way for customers to receive one of our loans and allows you to use your card to spend online or in stores and make free ATM cash withdrawals in the UK.Find out more here
Simple and straightforward loans
Our loans are simple and transparent. There's no paperwork required to get an initial decision, which you'll receive within minutes, however you may need to provide documents as part of our affordability assessment. If you are approved in principle, an agent will visit you to complete the loan application and affordability checks. You could have your cash loan within a few days of applying and start using your £300 loan for whatever you need.
Apply today for a Morses Club cash loan and see if we can help.
Existing customers can borrow up to £1500 subject to approval.
*Excludes people who have been declared bankrupt, applied for Sequestration, had a Debt Relief Order or an Individual Voluntary Agreement within the past 6 years.