Claim your Cashfloat Loan Refund
Despite many positive reviews on the Cashfloat Trustpilot page, the brand has still been involved in unaffordable lending cases. If you’ve had a Cashfloat short term loan that you were unable to repay, you could have a claim.
Who are Loan Pig?
Cashfloat is the leading UK direct lender for unsecured credit. The firm offers flexible and simple payday and personal loans. Payday loans are available up until the value of £1,000 and customers can apply for personal loans up to a value of £2500. The brand’s ethos stems very much so on their customer experience focus, for example, they currently offer five-day grace periods for missed payments.
What’s the current situation?
We are currently submitting unaffordability compensation claims on behalf of Cashfloat customers and the firm continues to cooperate and provide responses and refunds efficiently.
What is the deadline?
Despite a generally good reputation and a satisfied client base, Cashfloat remains involved in the wave of unaffordability claims circulating across the UK. With this in mind, we’d recommend if you believe your lending on behalf of Cashfloat was irresponsible for any of the recognised reasons it’s best to enquire as soon as possible.
The average success rate for short term loans claims is x%.
Based on our own data, the average claim is £x,xxx*
*Data from cash refund offers received by Clear Legal Marketing Limited’s clients between 1st May 2021 and 30th April 2022.
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