100% Guaranteed No Win No Fee
Were you ever stuck in the payday loan trap, unable to clear what was owed each month? Forced to "roll" the loan over and pay only the interest, or were you forced to take out payday loans to survive?
If you were dependant on borrowing money to survive, you should talk to us.Start your claim
As a real-life example, Gemma came to us with a claim against Wonga. We won over £8,500!
Okay, not all wins are this big, but we love winning and will do our best for you to join Gemma.
Many lenders encouraged their customers to roll over, or extend the loan, or top the loan amount up. or simply ignored it if you were clearly in a cycle of debt. They wanted and needed you to keep paying interest.
We are here to help you and we know what we are talking about!We consider compensation claims for loans between 2007 and 2014 and if we feel you have a valid claim we will make the formal complaint to the lenders on your behalf.
We will need some information from you in order to be able to put a strong case together, and you could make the claim directly yourself, but if you want to use us we will do our best to make the whole process as painless and simple as possible.
Great, the process is quite straightforward. Start your claim by clicking the "Start Your Claim" button, you will then need to complete a short form so we know who you are.
Once this is completed we will need to know more about who you want to complain to and some information on your loans. Just tell us who the lenders were and we will send you a pre-written email letter to forward to each lender. When they respond, you send their responses to us and we do the rest.
Unlike some claims management companies, where you have to take out an insurance policy or loan up front, we offer a genuine No Win No Fee service. If you don’t win, you don’t pay us anything. Our fee when we win is simply 30% of the amount the lender offers. You can cancel right up to the point of an offer being made - no questions asked.
If you have EVER had a payday loan and could not afford to make the full payment due, did you roll it over? Or did you take out another loan immediately after paying off a loan? Just having to pay the interest may have seemed like a lifesaver at the time, but you still owed the capital and next month you had the same problem. After several months the actual cost of the loan would have grown and grown.