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Announcing the opening of the Chester Branch

The professional and local lender Everyday Loans is delighted to announce the opening of its newest branch in Chester. The latest addition brings Everyday Loans branch count to a total of 40, providing the UK with face to face, tailored support to customers looking for personal unsecured credit.

Specifically situated in the heart of northwest England, the new Chester branch is ideally located in proximity to the main shopping area and walking distance from the main train station. Alternatively, the branch can also be reached via multiple bus routes and parking facilities are conveniently located in the surrounding area.

Commenting on the opening of the Chester branch, Everyday Loans Operations Director, John Wiggins explained: “Our new Chester branch allows us to better serve the Northwest corner of England. Previously, the people of Chester would have had to travel to Liverpool or Warrington, whereas now we are able to conveniently serve the surrounding areas with our friendly, personalised lending experience. This new opening supports our long term mission to deliver the best approachable and transparent face-to-face loan service in locations that best serve our customers’ needs. On behalf of the business, we look forward to welcoming residents of Chester to discuss their borrowing needs.”

Everyday Loans offer unsecured personal loans from £1,000 to £15,000 over 24 to 60 months, for almost any purpose*. Customers do not have to be homeowners, tenant loans are offered too. Everyday Loans won’t charge any fees to consider your application. Customers are able to apply for a loan online or by simply calling their local branch. A conditional decision is provided in minutes.

Everyday Loans is a direct lender. So whether you need help sorting out your finances, or to cover a sudden unexpected expense, or to simplify your outstanding credit into a more manageable single monthly payment, Everyday Loans may be able to help.

*Excludes loans for business purposes, gambling or any illegal purposes. Loans are subject to status and affordability. Terms and conditions apply.

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Andrew Wayland is a financial marketing expert and helped set up Everyday Loans back in 2006. Prior to his position as Head of Marketing for Everyday Loans he worked as the Head of Commercial Development for a tech start up and ran his own PR agency for around 5 years. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-wayland-9018074