If you take out a guarantor loan it means that another person acts to guarantee the loan for you. If anything went wrong and you were unable to make your loan repayments, then your guarantor would be legally obliged to make them on your behalf.
It would be up to you to find a guarantor yourself. It could be anyone you choose, but they would need to be of good financial standing. The lender would need to run a credit check on your guarantor to make sure that they could afford to take over your loan repayments if you were unable to keep paying them.
So you would need to find someone who is willing to have a credit check, and also that you would definitely feel comfortable about asking to help repay the loan if needed.
Yes. At Loans 2 Go you can take out a personal loan either jointly or individually. So, for example, you may decide to take out a joint loan with your spouse or partner or another family member. This is an ideal solution if you need a loan but are worried about doing it completely on your own.
At Loans 2 Go we only provide Personal Loans. This means you would be wholly responsible for the loan and the loan repayments. Our personal loans are available to you whether you are a tenant, homeowner, or live with your parents.
However to apply for a personal loan you do need to be:
As part of the application process we will check your credit score, but don’t panic if your credit report is less than perfect as we treat each loan application on its own merit and will still consider lending to you if you have poor credit history or even a CCJ.
Loan repayments are fixed up front, so you can see clearly what you have to pay and for how long. You can repay your loan by weekly, fortnightly or monthly instalments over a period of 18 or 24 months. If you decide to repay your loan earlier than this, there will be no additional charges for doing so.