Best place for a loan


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Brax

Hi,

Im a tennant and I'm looking to get a loan for about £3000 . Can anyone
point me to the best bank/company to get one?

Thanks, Brax
 
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Reestit Mutton

Brax said:
Hi,

Im a tennant and I'm looking to get a loan for about £3000 . Can anyone
point me to the best bank/company to get one?

Thanks, Brax
How long for???

Are you able to apply for a Sainsburys Bank platinum VISA card (requires
annual income of more than £15K) - they guarantee a credit limit of at
least 3K and their card currently comes with 12 months FREE interest on
all purchases (excluding cash withdrawals and balance transfers).

At that point you can either take out a loan for one year less than you
currently need to to pay off the credit card balance or find another
credit card offering a free interest period on balance transfers and
transfer the balance over (but NOT spend any additional money on it) to
delay the payback date by another 6/9/12 months, depending what's
available at the time.

Of course...I would advocate NONE of the above unless you know you will
be able to pay back the debt.

HtH
RM
 
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vicbas52

Hi,

Im a tennant and I'm looking to get a loan for about £3000 . Can anyone
point me to the best bank/company to get one?

Thanks, Brax
[spam removed] - Best place to get a personal loan
 
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Tiddy Ogg

Hi,

Im a tennant and I'm looking to get a loan for about £3000 . Can anyone
point me to the best bank/company to get one?

Thanks, Brax
[spam removed] - Best place to get a personal loan
If he's dumb enough to ask about US loans in a UK group, he's dumb
enough to take up your scam recommendation.
 
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David Woolley

Tiddy said:
If he's dumb enough to ask about US loans in a UK group, he's dumb
enough to take up your scam recommendation.
The original question was from 2005. The person responding is clearly
breaching no advertising rules by trawling for any articles with "loan"
in them and replying without reading them. In any case, would you trust
a network infrastructure company (.net) for financial advice?

If they thought the question was current, they may have been responding
to various indications that the enquirer was not very bright.

I believe the correct answer would be something like your local credit
union, although you probably need to build a reputation with them first.
 

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