I heard of Moneyline through a friend. She recommended it as I was struggling financially at the time. It had helped her out so much, she said it was an easy process and it’s designed for people on benefits and/or people who may struggle financially.
I just popped in, spoke to an advisor and they explained how the loan worked in laymen terms, so I understood it and went from there.
Decorating my house, I was buying new furniture and painting as I had recently moved into my flat. The loan was for £100 and that was over 16 weeks. I also opened a savings account and added an extra bit every week. That was brilliant; I had just under £50 by the end of the loan!
I’ve had other loans since, just after Christmas for food shopping and a few bits just to tide me over until I had my next wages. That was £300 and again I set up the savings with that loan.
With all the others I have looked at the interest is so high or I can’t afford to pay it back, whereas Moneyline is plain and simple - it does as it says on the tin. If I hadn’t had a Moneyline loan I would have just gone without.
The process is so simple - you are told what you need to bring in and it’s easy. I prefer face to face than on the phone or internet as there I feel there could be hidden fine print, whereas when you are face to face with Moneyline, there is no hidden print; everything is made clear with the advisor in front of you.
I have recommended friends to Moneyline as Moneyline offers a ‘Fiver for a friend’ scheme and I get a £5 Love2Shop voucher as a thankyou! My friend who referred me to Moneyline has received vouchers herself too!
There are lots of friendly people in Moneyline and they are really honest and easy to talk to. What I love about it mostly is that you don’t feel awkward when they are asking you questions, it’s just a really nice place to come.
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