About Payday Pig ®
At Payday Pig ® we aim to give you the best service we can. We only deal with loan providers we trust and have avoided those we hear have bad reputations. After all, if we don't want to deal with them why would you? And we have staff here to respond to your questions as quickly as we can.
We are members of the CCTA and the CFA.
We are committed to responsible lending. We only allow the top loan providers with the best reputations onto our lender panel. All our loan providers must also be committed to responsible lending and only lend to those customers who can afford to pay the loan back.
We also ask you as our customers to borrow responsibly. Payday loans are designed specifically for short-term borrowing and to be paid back typically within 31 days. However, some of our lenders may offer you a personal loan where the loan can be paid back over a longer period, possibly 3 to 6 months. Please check the terms and conditions with each loan provider before committing to taking out the loan.
If you have debt problems please don't struggle alone. We recommend you contact the Citizens Advice Bureau. The Citizens Advice Bureau providing free, independent and confidential advice and help people to resolve their money, legal and other problems. Their Advice Guide website has practical, reliable, and up-to-date information on debt management.
Payday Pig ® is a registered trading style of Stop Go Networks Limited ® who are a licensed credit broker under the Consumer Credit Act 1974. We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Firm Reference Number 729572). Companies House registration number SC380072).
Stop Go Networks Limited ® are members of the CCTA (Consumer Credit Trade Association, membership number CCTA983) and the CFA (Consumer Finance Association).
Representative Example: Amount of credit £200 borrowed for 28 days. Total amount payable £240.20, Interest: £40.20. Interest rate: 262% per annum fixed*. Representative 1261% APR
Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk.
If you are thinking of consolidating existing borrowing, you should be aware that you may be extending the terms of the debt and increasing the total amount you repay.