Everyday Loans for Everyday Life

 

 

We've only gone and done it again!

We’re absolutely delighted to announce that Everyday Loans has won the prestigious Non-Mainstream Loan Provider of the Year award in the Moneyfacts Consumer Awards 2021. During a virtual ceremony on 28th January, we scooped the title for the second consecutive year.

It’s a particularly award to retain as it combines customer nominations and feedback with a really tough assessment of our services by Moneyfacts’ expert judges. As a result, we get to find out which providers and financial products are truly best in class – and we thrilled to be one of them.

Our Director Andrew Wayland said: “We’re a customer-centric business with branch-based relationship lending at the very heart of what we do. Needless to say, we’re delighted that the quality of our products and services has been recognised by some of the UK’s leading finance experts, as well as so many of our borrowers across our nationwide network of 74 branches.

“To receive such a respected award – and to have been shortlisted with so many other big brands in our category - really is rewarding. I’d like to thank all of those customers who took time to vote for us. They consistently tell how they benefit from the ongoing face-to-face meetings and support we provide, and it’s great for this to be recognised with this award.

“And I’d also like to congratulate the 300-plus team here at Everyday Loans for their hard work and ongoing commitment to customer service and satisfaction. It would appear that we’re doing a really great job.”

Posted in Press Release on Feb 08, 2021.

Representative Example: Borrowing £3,000 over 24 months at an interest rate of 71.3% p.a. (fixed), you will repay 24 monthly payments of £238 per month. Interest Payable £2,706. Total Repayable £5,706. Representative 99.9% APR.

Andrew Wayland - CMO

Andrew WaylandAndrew 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.