Crisis Loan Contact Number – 0843 487 1802
Whereas the Crisis Loan system has become obsolete in the UK, it is still in operation in Northern Ireland. The system has been replaced in the UK by budgeting loans and for existing applicants there is a much stricter process to follow. In order to discuss this further, it is advised that you call the customer service team on the Crisis Loan Contact Number – 0843 487 1802.
The Crisis Loan system was set up by UK government in order to help those who were receiving social benefits on a long term basis and were still struggling to pay for the essentials such as furniture, clothes and accommodation costs.. In their initial guise, the Crisis Loan became popular for many who were still struggling even whilst on benefits. Unfortunately many people who took out the loans failed to replay them in a timely manner and this lead to a collapse of the system. Whereas many still owe money on Crisis Loans and are in the process of repaying them, new applicants will find it even more difficult to apply for the newly formed Budgeting Loan. For more information on this benefit, it is advised that you call the customer service team on the Crisis Loan Contact Number – 0843 487 1802.
Availability in Northern Ireland.
Crisis loans have ceased to exist in the original form in the UK, Scotland and Wales – yet for residents of Northern Ireland, you can still claim for a crisis loan. The application system has not changed. If you feel that you will not be able to meet your essential financial commitments over a short term period, then it is possible that you will be eligible for a crisis loan. In order to find out if you are eligible, then call the customer service team on the Crisis Loan contact number – 0843 487 1802.
What are the terms and conditions of a Crisis/Budgeting Loan?
When applying for a new Crisis or Budgeting loan, the first thing that you will need to be aware of is that the process has changed slightly. If you are an already existing customer of a Crisis Loan, then you will have to ensure that your previous account has been cleared in full before reapplying for a new account. This is due to the high amount of unpaid loans that have been discovered across the country. Traditionally the loans will last up to 104 weeks and are interest free. You will have been claiming benefits for over 26 weeks at this point and struggling with essential payments. The maximum loan is £1500 and the loans begin at £100. Customers can find full terms and conditions on the Gov.uk website and to clarify any questions you may have it is essential that you speak to someone on the Crisis Loan Contact Number – 0843 487 1802
How can I apply for one of these loans?
These loans can still be applied for in the traditional method and that is over the telephone on the Crisis Loan Contact Number listed here. Be aware that you will need all relevant information to hand when applying for this including details of your benefits, living arrangements and your National Insurance number. There are a variety of other pieces of information that you may need and it is best advised that in order to understand the process and any forms that you may need to fill in. Call the Crisis Loan team on – 0843 487 1802, the best contact number to reach them on
How do I apply for a Budgeting Loan?
As a UK, Scotland or Wales resident, you will need to apply for a Budgeting Loan now. To do this you can still call the Crisis Loan Contact Number in order to be transferred to the correct department, call the team using the number on this page.
If you have been searching for the Crisis Loan Contact Number, search no further and call the number on this page – 0843 487 1802.