Lending Stream complaints
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Lending Stream Loans
You can use the Resolver system to help you at every stage. You can use it to escalate your issue to all three levels of Lending Stream complaints. If your complaint is not resolved by Lending Stream, you can then package it up and send it to the Financial Ombudsman Service.
General advice on payday loans
Don’t treat payday loans as a regular way to make ends meet - if you repeatedly take out loans, you may find that the repayments become more expensive than the interest on a credit card. Payday loans should be for emergencies only.
Make sure you have enough income to repay. Most payday loans companies will make sure you do with some sort of income check, but it’s best to carefully assess your own finances before taking the plunge
Tell the truth. When going through the application process for a payday loan, you need to be honest, or the payday loan company may end up handing you money you can’t pay back. This could easily lead to spiralling, out-of-control debt
Make sure you’re aware of all charges - there can be hidden extras above and beyond the hefty interest on late repayments. Most responsible lenders will detail these on their website - make sure you check the small print carefully
If you’re unemployed, forget it - if you have a part-time job or no guaranteed source of regular income, then it’s too much of a risk for the lender. No responsible payday loan company will approve a loan for you.
Payday loans can become really difficult to manage, especially if you’re late with repayments. For advice on alternative options or how best to handle serious financial problems, get in touch with the Money Advice Service.
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Lending Stream is a short-term lender (or payday loan company) that offers customers payday loans from £50 to £1500 (up to £800 for first-time borrowers).
With Lending Stream, there are no admin fees, and you can repay your loan in monthly or weekly instalments (depending on whether your job pays you weekly or monthly) over the course of six months.
Representative APR for a Lending Stream payday loan is 5387.8% at a fixed annual rate of 429.7%.
If you feel that your experience with Lending Stream hasn’t lived up to your expectations, you can make a payday loan complaint to them using resolver - and it’s totally free, so get going and get your Lending Stream complaint resolved!