Monthly Archives: July 2012

PaydayUK extends its lending range to allow customers to borrow up to £1,000

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PaydayUK is pleased to announce that it has increased the maximum amount customers can apply to borrow; meaning their short-term loan can be used to solve a wider variety of financial emergencies.

PaydayUK has been supplying customers with payday loans to solve their financial crisis for seven years and now those who qualify can borrow up to £1,000 rather than the £750 limit previously in place.

The increase means a payday loan from PaydayUK can be used to cover larger bills and provide even more of a safety net for people caught out by an unexpected expense.

Tom treks Hadrian’s Wall to raise money for the terminally ill

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A PaydayUK employee is running the width of the country in support of a hospice for the terminally ill.

23-year-old Tom Uzzell plans to run the route of Hadrian’s Wall for St Michael’s Hospice in Basingstoke with three friends and Bicester-based PaydayUK has agreed to match every penny raised.

The ordeal will take them four days and will see them cover a total distance of 84 miles.

Tom said: “I’ve always wanted see Hadrian’s Wall as I have always had a passion for history and studied it through school, college and was involved in the classical society at university.

How to make those holiday pennies stretch further without breaking the bank

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For many people a summer holiday is a necessary period of relaxation after a year of hard work and stress. But in this time of austerity it is more and more difficult to find the cash for an expensive holiday.

While a payday loan from PaydayUK is the perfect solution for a short-term financial emergency it should not be used to pay for a holiday.

A payday loan is designed to help someone get out of a pickle. Perhaps the car breaks down or an unexpected household bill catches you out. It has to be paid but you don’t have the money right now. In these circumstances a payday loan is just what you need. Borrow the money now and pay it back on your next payday. It’s quick and hassle-free.

Financing a holiday however should be a long-term commitment. A good practice is to put aside a little money each month so you slowly build up a pot of savings.

If you’re sensible it is possible to cut the cost of a holiday so that money goes further. The following 12 tips could help you save on your next trip abroad.

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