Loan Fee Fraud:
By Andrew Wayland, Everyday Loans
Everyday Loans have recently been made aware of scammers using its brand to commit loan fee fraud.
Everyday Loans will never request an upfront payment from a customer. If you are asked by someone purporting to be from Everyday Loans to make an advance payment, please DO NOT do so and please do not provide any personal bank account or card details.
Everyday Loans work with a number of brokers which means there are several places other than the Everyday Loans website (www.everyday-loans.co.uk) that may send your application to us. However if you have any doubts that the application you are submitting is a genuine application with us, you can call us at any point in the process using our branch finder.
For more information regarding Loan fee fraud and how to protect yourself, please visit: https://www.fca.org.uk/consumers/loan-fee-fraud
Andrew Wayland - Marketing Director
Andrew helped set up Everyday Loans back in 2006 acting as the driving force behind the sales and marketing strategy for generating business to this day. Prior to his position with 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.