with asterisks and hashes to signal there is more to it than meets the eye. Dig deeper and you will find all the clauses, the tricky terms and rather uninviting facts. Some lenders would be absolutely upfront with all the undesirable details. Some lenders will keep on lingering and withholding information. Do not approach any lender of short term loans that has a history of withholding information or doesn’t disclose every fact that matters right at the outset.
Private lenders have always been a little less forthcoming when it comes to terms of repayment, agreements or the different kinds of charges that a borrower may have to pay. Banks too have done the same but lately the traditional financial institutions have been under the hammer of the regulatory authorities. You are much less vulnerable to misleading while opting for a home loan than smart loans in UK. Also, the nonbanking sector is anyway not regulated so misleading rarely gets highlighted or constrained by the government, unless there is a massive scam at play.
The terms of repayment are the most important part of a loan. You must know if you are getting the full loan amount. There is a chance you may be charged for loan approval, even application and disbursal. You could be charged very heavy penalties should you miss the payment date by even one day. There could be many legal fallouts and not so lawful follow-ups if you choose the wrong lender. Always check the frankness and look for full disclosure from lenders offering short term loans in UK. The loan amount is fine, focus on the rate of interest. The repayment term is fine, focus on the different charges which could be applied in different circumstances.