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If you need to contact us please use the contact form at the bottow of the page. If you want to speak to someone, you can call us on the number below. To avoid any long wait times, we have implemented a messaging service – if you are unable to speak to a member of our team immediately you can leave a message and we will call you back so soon as possible.

Frequently asked questions

We provide finance for equipment to limited companies whose registered office is in England or Wales.

We provide facilities between £5,000 and £100,000.

We finance ‘traditional’ equipment such as cars, LCVs, HGVs, trailers, yellow plant, manufacturing machinery, forestry machinery and non-digital printing equipment.

Yes. We actively support businesses where there are adverse credit issues such as CCJs, HMRC arrangements, CVAs and those in ‘turnaround’, as well as businesses with better credit histories.

No. We only provide facilities for business customers, where the equipment is for business use.

Once we have received all the information we require we aim to provide you with an underwritten offer (where appropriate) within 2 working days. Funds can be released in as little as 24 hours from signing of the paperwork.

We need information on the borrower, such as the latest accounts, 6 months bank statements, Data Protection forms for Directors and details of the equipment we are being asked to finance.

We normally require Directors to provide a personal guarantee for any facilities we provide.

Our facilities start from an annual rate of 14% APR. Each application is assessed on its own merit and priced accordingly.

There is no charge to settle an agreement early. However, as with most Hire Purchase or Finance Lease agreements, the balance at any time is the total repayments remaining (i.e. the capital and interest), not just the capital.

We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for any facilities covered by the Consumer Credit Act.

Where a facility is not covered by the Consumer Credit Act, as is the case for most small business lending, borrowers may be eligible to take any complaints to the Financial Ombudsman Service.

We have voluntarily signed up to the SME Finance Charter.

We’re very sorry to hear that you are unhappy with the service you’ve received. In the first instance, please contact us during office hours and we will discuss your complaint with you. Our Complaints Policy can be found here.

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