Quick personal loans
If you're struggling to make your money go further and need to cover an unexpected expense, why not consider a quick personal loan from Morses Club. After completing a simple online application you'll find out if you've been initially approved within minutes.
How do quick personal loans work?
Morses Club quick personal loans are between £200 and £750, repaid weekly over a 26 or 39 week period, depending on the amount borrowed. Our quick personal loans can be delivered to your door, or deposited into your bank account.
Our online application form is simple to complete, and you'll get an initial decision in minutes. If approved, one of our friendly Customer Support Associates will phone to finalise your loan and complete your affordability assessment.
To explore your potential quick personal loan with Morses Club, click below to apply online and view your options.
New remote lending option
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Weekly repayment plan
One of our Customer Support Associates from your local area will visit you in your home and complete your application with you. Once your loan has been agreed, they will give you your loan and can collect your repayments weekly at a time that suits you.
Alternatively, they can take repayments over the phone, or you can settle the loan online using our Customer App.
Every application considered
All applications for a quick personal loan will be taken into consideration. Even if you've got credit card debt, mortgage arrears or CCJs, Morses Club will make a decision based on your individual circumstances.* Credit checks will be undertaken when you apply for a Morses Club loan, and affordability checks will be completed when an Customer Support Associate visits. They will take care to make sure you've understood everything fully.
If you're interested in a quick personal loan from Morses Club apply now to find out how we can make borrowing simple and straightforward.
*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.