Claim your Everyday Loans refund
With branches throughout the UK, Everyday Loans promises a ‘case-by-case’ approach to it’s lending allowing it to be ‘more-flexible’ than other lenders. If you’ve had a loan from them in the past, you may be eligible to claim compensation.
Who are Everyday Loans?
Everyday Loans was established in 2006 and has branches throughout the UK from Basildon to Belfast. They have won awards from Moneyfacts and the Consumer Credit Awards in recent years and have experienced banker, Jon Wiggins, as CEO.
What’s the current situation?
Everyday Loans have a 231.3m loan book Year End 2020 – Companies House which is extensive, however they have recently experienced a 27.8% decline in growth from 2019 to 2020 most likely as a result of the global pandemic. If you’ve had a loan from them in the past, you should check your claim now.
What is the deadline?
Everyday Loans are still operating in Jan 2022 and despite a decline in growth in recent years, they still have a healthy loan book. This means there’s no immediate deadline and you can start your claim immediately if you’ve previously had a loan with them.
The FOS are upholding claims against Everyday Lending as reported by a FOS case in 2021. The FOS ruled that they did not conduct additional checks which may have identified a gambling problem, suggesting that Everyday Lending may have been lending irresponsibly.
Based on our own data, the average claim is £3,053.37*
*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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