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If you’re struggling with debt problems, payday loans aren’t the answer. They’re a short term type of loan and will usually have a significant amount of interest.

Payday loans are short-term, high interest loans intended to be used for small purchases until your next payday. They’re usually for between £50 and £1,000 and are intended to be taken for a few weeks. 

If you can’t afford the repayment things can get out of hand. Fail to repay and you’ll owe the outstanding balance of the loan plus interest and any fees or charges from the lender. If you're considering a payday loan, think carefully about  whether you can afford it and look at your alternatives.

Interest rates on payday loans are usually very high. Repaying money at high interest rates is a main cause of payday loan debt.

Payday loans are not a debt solution and can make your financial situation worse. Watch our video to find out more about these high-interest loans.

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Is a payday loan right for me?

It depends on your situation, but there’s a likelihood that a payday loan isn’t a good idea. It’s important to make sure you think things through before taking one out. You should consider:

  • Why do I need a payday loan?
  • Are there other sources of finance available with lower interest rates?
  • Can I afford to repay the debt on time?

If you're thinking about taking out a payday loan, find out how much it might cost you by using our payday loan calculator.