Car Cash Point was named winner of the Best Customer Focus Award at the 2014 Best Business Awards.
Established in 2010, it has not taken long for Car Cash Point’s unique approach to short-term finance to make a lasting impression on the market. By focusing on the customer at every step in the customer journey and in the development of their service delivery, they have created a platform for sustainable growth and a strong brand to which their customers and staff are loyal. Continue reading “Car Cash Point WINS BEST BUSINESS AWARD”
At Car Cash Point, we are rightfully proud to be the UK’s favourite logbook loan lender – don’t just take our word for it, take a look at some of our customer reviews. But we also recognise that logbook loans are an unknown for many people, some of whom will have heard of our reputation yet won’t fully understand what it is we do.
So, what is a logbook loan? This blog will explain the Car Cash Point process and how it works. Continue reading “What is a logbook loan?”
Even if you’re the kind of individual who keeps the decorations and tree up right up the last minute there comes a point when it’s time to let go of Christmas. When that happens, when life returns to what seems like dull normality, the opening months of the year can seem like hard work.
The weather is still cold, the nights (and mornings) still dark, and by and large, everyone seems to be in some sort of hibernation – complaining of no money and not wanting to socialise. So, how can you beat the winter blues? Here are a few suggestions:
Continue reading “How to survive the winter blues”
Those pesky New Year’s resolutions might have already gone awry after that second slice of cake and third glass of wine, but there’s no reason why you can’t make financial resolutions work for you all year round. Treat your finances like going on a New Year’s healthy eating mission and keep the mantra ‘everything in moderation’ in mind. Here’s how:
Continue reading “How to make your 2015 financial resolutions work for you – all year!”
Despite London mayor Boris Johnson recently announcing that travel fares will be frozen next year, a quick calculation shows that they will in fact rise by as much as 4.8%, even though salaries are still steadily declining in real terms.
Continue reading “London Public Transport Prices To Rise Further”
There are a number of options for people to borrow funds in today’s difficult credit market although none of them are particularly easy to obtain.
Banks are continually under pressure to lend funds, but unsecured loans are not always available unless you have a very large income and a perfectly clean credit history. Continue reading “Logbook Loan update”