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Hello Community

 

I have just been successful with my request for a home improvement loan from a company called Freedom Financial.

 

I'm so green to interest rates, best mortgage deals etc...

 

Therefore, would someone please be kind enough and take a look at my offer, see attached, and let me know if it's as good as a deal as their representatives state:

 

You're help will be greatly appreciated...

 

Cheers

 

Carlton

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I don't think any loan is a good loan.

 

 

You could be spending that £500 per month and doing it yourself so saving yourself over £5,000. Just think what you could do with £5,000, buy a nice car, take a wow holiday, buy the MIL a nice present.

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Well with RateSetter their representative rate is 8.7% APR - which means some people will get a better rate than you have got but others will likely have gotten worse rates.

 

Most of the mainstream lenders (your banks and building societies) will probably have a slightly lower representative rate and won't come with the same "fees" which add to the amount you're looking to borrow with RateSetter. But of course there's no guarantee that you will be offered those favorable rates. And you won't know unless you ask and/or apply.

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  • 2 weeks later...

and with the fees

that they then charge interest on,,,

 

 

goto your bank

 

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