Amigo Loans provides individuals with credit of between 500 pounds and 10,000 pounds if they have a guarantor, even if they have poor credit profiles. The company says these loans can be used for any responsible purpose, including buying a car, for home maintenance work or to finance a wedding.
Contact Amigo Loans by phone
If you want to apply to borrow money from Amigo Loans you can do this via its website or telephone 01202 629 200. That line is operational Mondays to Thursdays between 9AM and 7PM. On Fridays, call between 9AM and 6PM, while on Saturdays the line is open between 10AM and 1PM. The Amigo Loans Collection department telephone number is 01202 629 161. That number is operational until 8PM on Mondays through Thursday, and at the same times as above on Fridays and Saturdays. The Amigo Loans 24-hour repayment line telephone number is 01202 560 996. If you want to write via regular mail, the address is: Amigo Loans, 118-128 Commercial Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH2 5LT. The company notes that if you want to pay off the loan in full, it will send you a statement setting out what you owe. When you make a partial payment, it will first pay any arrears or overdue interest and will then apply the payment to reduce the term of the agreement. If you can’t resolve a dispute with Amigo Loans, you can refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service, Exchange Tower London, E14 9SR, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0800 023 4567.
Contact Amigo Loans customer service on the internet
The top of the homepage of the Amigo Loans website www.amigoloans.co.uk, has a ‘Contact Us’ button. This takes you to a page with several phone numbers, a string of email addresses you can use, including customer service enquiries – email@example.com and complaints – firstname.lastname@example.org. That page also has links to its FAQs section and an online web chat service if you prefer to get queries answered that way. The web site home page also has an ‘Apply’ button which takes you to an on online application form and also a calculator of monthly repayments. The company notes that provision of loans is dependent on the borrower having a guarantor. If the borrow can’t pay, goes bankrupt or dies, then the guarantor is responsible for repaying the loan. Repayments are made by Direct Debit, but borrowers can also pay by card, online, over the phone 24/7 or in cash at any one of 22,000 PayPoint locations.
Rate this post
No ratings at this time