Managing your loan
Managing your loan well could improve your credit rating and help you to borrow more in the future.
Here are some useful things to know about Morses Club to help you with your loan management. If you follow these steps and manage your loan well, you may be able to borrow more in the future.
Make your repayments on time
You will arrange a date and time each week with your agent to collect your repayments. It is important to pay these on time to avoid going into arrears. If you make your repayments on time, then it will increase your chances of borrowing in the future and could improve your credit rating.
Ways to pay
Make the repayments in full
Continually meeting or exceeding your repayment amounts may increase the chances of you being approved for future credit. If you frequently pay lower than the set amount, then your account may go into arrears. Talk to your agent if you cannot make your full repayments.
Missing or late payments - what to do
If you miss a payment the first thing you should do is talk to your agent. We know that sometimes life can get on top of you, and we do not charge for missed or late payments. Try to talk to your agent in advance if you feel that you may have to miss a payment, and they will help you to arrange a more manageable repayment plan. Websites like Stepchange and Citizens Advice are also good places to look if you are struggling to manage your debt.
Charges and interest
We don’t charge any missed or late payment fees and will always try to help you work out an individual payment plan, if you find yourself in financial difficulty. Our interest is fixed - so your repayments will not go up and you know exactly what you will pay back each week.
Paying your loan off early
If you make overpayments on your loan you can request this to be applied as an early partial settlement, of which you may be entitled to an early settlement rebate. You should talk to your agent if this is something that you are interested in.
Taking out a second loan
If you increase your borrowing, you may be extending the terms of your debt and increase the total amount you repay.