QuickQuid Refund and Compensation

HOW TO AND FREE COMPLAINTS LETTER

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QuickQuid are one of the biggest payday lenders in the UK, as evidenced by the large number of television adverts they run. They are also one of the most complained-about banking and credit businesses in the UK, with 21,485 complaints in the first six months of 2018 alone, and more complaints to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) than even Wonga.

So how do you make a complaint against QuickQuid? Is it worth it? And are QuickQuid in financial trouble like Wonga?

It is easy to make a complaint against QuickQuid using our custom-designed online complaints tool. It is easy to use and guides you through the process. You will not be charged anything and Debt Hacker makes no money from your complaint.

The good news for anyone who wishes to make a complaint against QuickQuid after being sold an unaffordable payday loan is that its parent company claims that it is in good financial health and is ‘profitable and growing’, despite running up £2.5m in FOS fees alone. This means that it will be able to afford to pay any refunds of interest and fees due when you make a successful complaint about an unaffordable loan.

WHAT COUNTS AS AN UNAFFORDABLE QUICKQUID LOAN?

An unaffordable loan is any loan that you struggled to pay, even if you managed to pay it back. This could mean that you had to borrow further to pay the loan, or cut back on rent, energy bills and food to pay it.

If you think that this applies to you then you have the right to make a complaint and ask that interest and charges are refunded to you. If this complaint is upheld then you can also have details of the QuickQuid loan removed from your credit file.

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