If you would like to apply for Funeral Finance you must be a UK resident, have a UK bank account and an income minimum of £8,000.
How does Funeral Finance work?
Funeral Safe Limited provides finance from £500 to £7,500 from 15.9% APR over terms of 12 to 48 months.
Representative Example: Loan amount of £2500.00 with a monthly repayment of £237.49 over a term of 12 months at a rate of interest per annum of 14% Fixed. This is equivalent to 24.9% APR representative. Total amount repayable is £2849.88. The representative example and guidance repayment table above are reflective of the sum of the total funeral cost. Your personal circumstances affect the rate we can offer you which may differ from the representative APR and the guidance figures above. We will do a credit assessment of your circumstances when you apply. Credit available subject to status. Funeral Safe Limited of Alton Business Centre, Valley Lane, Wherstead, Suffolk, IP9 2AX. Funeral Safe Ltd is the lender and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Correct as of 22/05/2019
How do I apply?
- You can apply either whilst arranging the funeral with us at G H Dovener & Son Funeral Services and we can help you with the application, or you can apply online before committing to using our services by clicking on the ‘Start application process’ button below
- If your application is successful you’ll receive a text message and email containing your funeral loan agreement. If you’re happy with everything in the agreement you can accept it via a link in the email
- Once you have accepted the agreement we’ll be informed, and once the funeral is arranged we will send the funeral account to the loan provider. You then just need to make the payments of the funeral loan
- To make a confidential application online just follow the link below
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Funeral Partners Limited is an appointed representative of Funeral Safe Limited of Alton Business Centre, Valley Lane, Wherstead, Suffolk, IP9 2AX. Funeral Safe Ltd is the lender and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.