Fast, hassle free logbook loans online from the uk’s favourite logbook lender. Take out a loan today and once you have been approved the money could be paid into your bank account within 1 hour.
Varooma is currently acting as a broker not lender. By clicking apply you agree for your details to be passed to our trusted partner Logbook Money LTD who are authorised and regulated by the FCA. FRN 680947.
Representative example: Borrow £1300 over 18 months; rate of interest 120% (fixed) p.a.; representative 442.66% APR; total amount payable £3640 in 77 weekly payments of £46.67 followed by 1 final payment of £46.41.
Warning: Late repayments can cause you serious money problems.
As one of the fastest growing forms of finance in the UK, logbook loans are perfectly suited to arguably the most up and coming city in the UK, Manchester.
With a loan from Varooma you can apply for the loan and receive your money on the same day. Even if you have County Court Judgements or missed payments in the past, you can be accepted for a loan.
How it works
Once you have applied, one of our representatives will come out to meet you at either your home or a location of your choice so you can sign the loan documents and the representative can view your car.
Before this happens, we will check if the loan is affordable for you and your car is eligible for a loan. We generally lend up to 70% of your car’s trade value, but contact us to find out how much we can lend you.
For logbook loans in Manchester you will need to have a car that has no finance against it and you must have valid ID to be accepted for the loan.
We are the best rated logbook lender in the UK with over 4000 reviews, most of them rated excellent. If you have any questions about taking out a logbook loan, just call us and we will be happy to help.
Manchester is one of the up and coming cities in the UK. It’s population is growing year on year, up 7% in the greater Manchester area. The proportion of young people in the city is also high compared to other areas of the UK.
You can look at the signals that come from foreign investment which shows that Manchester is second to London for investment in the UK.
The area around Greater Manchester is the largest urbanised area in Europe, so there is a huge workforce to draw from.
Historically, Manchester has been a city of culture with it’s University and buildings of historical significance. The city’s mix of it’s ability to attract investment coupled with it’s historic past have left it in an excellent position to become an economic hub for the north of England.
With more power being devolved to the UK’s regions, Manchester will be able to have much greater control over how it spends the money it generates, and make legislation based on what is good for the city, meaning it can tailor make policies to help drive growth.
The population of Manchester have more money and greater aspirations than they have for a long time. It looks like this will only grow in the coming years.
There may come a time when London has just too much commerce and businesses and investment have to move to an area where growth is easier and there are more opportunities. Manchester seems ideally set up to be able to offer an alternative to London.
Manchester has a tram system that helps bring workers from the suburbs into the city. This has enabled people from traditionally poorer areas to become wealthier by being able to work in the centre of the city easily.
16% of people employed in Manchester work in sport, art, culture and tourism.
There are six Universities in Greater Manchester.
The Chetham’s Library in Manchester is the oldest public library in the English speaking world.
Manchester has more students than any other city in the world.
The atom was split for the first time by Ernest Rutherford in Manchester in 1919.
The Rolls-Royce company was set up following a meeting between Frederick Royce and Charles Rolls at the Midland Hotel in Manchester.
The University of Manchester is the largest University on one site in the UK.
Greater Manchester has 98 train stations.
Representative example: Borrow £1300 over 18 months; rate of interest 120% (fixed) p.a.; representative 442.66% APR; total amount payable £3640 in 77 weekly payments of £46.67 followed by 1 final payment of £46.41. Warning: Late repayments can cause you serious money problems. For help or advice please go to www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk.
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