Short Term Loans announce the design of new site and new lenders added to panel
August 29, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsThe payday loans industry is seeing more and more consumers using the instant cash loans product with various sources saying that interest in short term loans has risen again for this time of year compared to last.
This increase in payday loan customers can be attributed to many different factors, the main one being the restriction on lending to those with a less than perfect credit score.
With this renewed interest the established short term loan matching website shortterm-loans.org.uk has just announced the launch of a brand new website and also added new lenders to their panel of payday lenders that they match customers' applications with.
Neil McCormack from the Jackson International Group which own and run the website explains;
"We felt it was time to bring something new to our customers, and what better way than an easier to use website and more choice of lenders?"
"I love the quirkiness of the new site and we are already seeing a marked improvement on approval rates now we have added more payday loan lenders to our system."
The payday loan provider work on a no fee basis and offer all services of matching prospective clients with payday lenders free of charge.
Thanks to years of experience in the sector and professional contacts; the short term cash loan website feels that they can offer one of the best loan matching services around.
"Customers no-longer have to trawl through countless loan sites and fill out numerous online cash loan applications. The service offered by shortterm-loans.org.uk means that they are delivered the best cash advance deals with little to no effort on their part, and best of all it's free of charge to the borrower!" McCormack goes on to exclaim.
The loans offered by Short Term Loans range from £100 to a maximum loan amount of £1000. All lenders offer a flat rate fee per the amount borrowed and loans are simply repaid on the borrowers next payday. All borrowers simply must fulfil a minimum criteria of being over 18, in full-time employment and a UK resident.