How To Apply For A Motoloan Logbook Loan

How To Apply For A Motoloan Logbook Loan


At Motoloan, application for your loan is simple. We understand there are a great deal of faceless organisations out there, ready to offer you cash at the click of a button. But at what cost? Do you really know who you are dealing with, or how much your borrowing could cost you in the long run?


We want all our customers to have the opportunity to get to know our friendly team and understand the ins and outs of the Motoloan service. You’re probably already aware that with interest rates starting at 154.6% APR (our special summer offer), we’re the cheapest provider in the UK.


While our application process is quick and stress-free, we also offer the personal touch. Our representatives will meet you in person, allowing you to voice any queries or concerns, and get all your questions answered before you embark on our service. This helps us build strong relationships with our clients, enabling us to understand your unique circumstances and offer the best deal we can.


We understand that life is hectic for lots of our customers – so we’re happy to travel to you and visit around work and family commitments. Just tell us when is convenient, whether that’s a weekday, weekend or evening.


What will you need for your application?


When we meet you, all you need to provide is your vehicle’s logbook and MOT certificate, proof of income, proof of ID and a document showing your billing address – this helps us determine your ability to repay the loan. We’ll also take a look at your car in order to value it – this helps us determine how much you are able to borrow.


After we’ve received this information we’ll send your application to our head office – who do everything they can to send out your cash within just 20 minutes. The only hold up at this point could be with your bank, however in our experience they tend to process these requests very quickly.


To book an appointment with the Motoloan team simply call our office on 03335 772 274 today.