WONGA
Wonga (Personal Loan)
        
Wonga.ca is a ground-breaking online lender founded in the UK and serving Canadians from its Toronto based headquarters. Wonga.ca can help solve your short-term and urgent cash flow problems and with wonga.ca you only pay for what you borrow. Pay it back early and itíll cost you less. Wonga.ca is different from other online lenders because of its sophisticated risk and decision technology which means that the application and approval process takes literally minutes. Wonga.ca is the first company in the world to fully automate the lending process and wonga.ca makes the approval process completely objective and responsible. Decisions are instant and wonga.ca always shows you the total cost upfront, so there are no hidden costs.
Location:
Lender/Broker: Lender
Advantages:
1.Very user-friendly calculator / sliding scale on homepage to view your possible loan, term and interest
2.Choose your repayment by the day - the shorter the loan the less you pay
3.If accepted, you'll get the money in your bank account very quickly.
4. Max loan amount is £1000 for new customers and up to £1,500 for existing customers
Disadvantages:
1.You can only borrow up to $1500
Services:
This is a fast and efficient Payday loan service.

APR: VariesLoan Amount: Up to $1500
Min Term: 1 dayMax Term: 21 days

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
You must be over 18 to apply
Identification:
You must provide bank details and a social security number.
Suitable:
For those in need of a short term cash solution.
Restrictions:
You must be a Canadian citizen and over the age of 18.
        
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Wonga (Which Way To Pay - 15/1/2014)
Wonga is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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