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Why am I finding it difficult to get a loan?

Posted 18th December, 2019

So why are you finding it difficult to get a loan? The simple fact is that your credit footprint is giving potential lenders a bad idea about your history. This is commonly referred to as your credit report. We'll detail exactly what information your credit report has below and go through what each one means and the things you can do to improve it. What does a credit report show? A credit report will show numerous pieces of data from your credit... read more

How to stay safe online

Posted 23rd January, 2018

At Kite Loans, we have received a few reports that customers are receiving unsolicited phone calls regarding loans from people claiming to be Kite Loans employees. These calls are not from Kite Loans or any of our affiliates, we recommend utmost vigilance to anyone who has received these phone calls. Kite Loans never make unsolicited phone calls, and we never ask for money up-front for a loan, so please be on your guard against these fraudsters. The security of our customers... read more

How to maximise your savings

Posted 1st December, 2017

Whilst interest rates have finally increased after 10 years of decreasing to historic lows, generating a return on your savings still requires a bit of savvy planning. In this post, we will give you some tips on how to maximise your savings, helping shore you up for if you find yourself in a bit of a pickle. Get rid of existing debt Before starting saving, it's worth getting rid of any existing debt, such as credit card loans. Even with rises in... read more