You do not need to use a Claims Management Company. You can make the claim directly to the lender and if they reject your complaint you can take it to the Financial Ombudsman Service free of charge, but you must do this within 6 months of the lenders Final Decision Letter.
Tappily is a trading name of Indigo Michael Ltd. This company also owns Saftey Net Credit. Tappily seems to be pretty similar to Safety Net and appears to operate in the same way. They offer a credit limit of up to £2,500 and charges an APR of 49.7%. If you were to borrow the maximum of £2,500 from Tappily you would pay £8.50 per yday in interest. That works out, on a 30 day month, to be £255 in interest payments per month. As with safety Net Credit, Tappily requires a read only access to your bank account to check affordability.
If you want to make a Tappily refund complaint please clcik apply above.