Payday Junction receives lots of questions from our clients and customers on a daily basis. Sometimes, we get similar questions from various customers and naturally we have to answer the same question again and again. That is why we have prepared a list of some frequently asked questions. You may find answers to your questions here. For any additional questions, please contact us. One of our representatives will answer your question as soon as possible.
Q. What do you do at Payday Junction?
To be honest, we are credit referral agency in the UK. We match people's requirement for loans with reliable credit lenders and help them get the best financial aid by providing them up-to-date and latest information about different loan products. Our credit referral agency offers the free of cost loan matching service. We never any free on applicants to use our website for loan application and acquisition.
Q. How Can I Apply for the Loan?
We are available at your service 24*7 with our website. You can get started with us at anytime simply by supplying some basic information to us. We will process your application immediately and pass it to a panel of credit lenders. They will contact you after reviewing your application and analyzing the supplied information.
Q What are the Loan products you can apply for?
We process your application for Payday Junction, Wedding Loans Bad Credit UK, People Loans for Unemployed and Loans for People on Benefits with Payday Junction.
Q. How soon can I get the approved loan amount?
If your application is approved by the credit lender, funds are credited into your bank account as soon as one business day. Transfer of funds may get delayed depending on your banking partner.
Q. What about the loan repayment?
Don't worry about that. The repayment of a loan takes place automatically. So, maintain enough balance in your bank account so that repayment can occur successfully.
Q. Can I apply for a loan product if I a bad credit borrower?
Yes, you can. But, you will have to fulfill the terms and conditions put forward by credit lenders.