Good to know: You do not need to use a claims management company to make your complaint to your lender. If your complaint is not successful you can refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service yourself for free.

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Previously borrowed from PaydayUK?

PaydayUK was a trading name of Instant Cash Loans Limited – owned by parent company Dollar Financial Group. Established in 1979, the Dollar Financial Group have a long and extensive track record both sides of the Atlantic. Over in the United States, the brand counts names such as Money Mart, Loan Mart, Insta-Cheques, and We The People amongst its assets.

Instant Cash Loans has been the subject of criticism by the Advertising Standards Authority, with a complaint upheld for a single advert that seemed to promote irresponsible borrowing, and not featuring the representative APR in a prominent enough location.

Whilst this topic formed part of the Financial Conduct Authority’s new 2014 guidelines (along with price cap rules), these changes came too late for many. For those that couldn’t afford the loans they were granted, there came worsening debt crisis and a spiral of financial hardship.

We help consumers seek redress for their previous payday loans. Our clients entrust us to secure the payday loan compensation that they are rightly entitled to. Here’s how we can help you and why you should seriously consider our experts above all others…

✓ As payday loan compensation specialists, who deal exclusively with payday claims, we know this market

✓ We provide a no win, no fee service – with no catches or sneaky small print

✓ You won’t ever have to step foot into a courtroom, nor will you need to speak with your previous lender

✓ You look forward to crystal clear fees – fees that are also amongst the lowest in the industry

✓ We offer a painless compensation process – it is fast, efficient and you’re kept in the picture every step of the way

Did PaydayUK Empty Your Pay Packet? We Can Help.

Disclaimer:

Good to know: You do not need to use a claims management company to make your complaint to your lender. If your complaint is not successful you can refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service yourself for free.