This may come as a surprise, but in real-world terms to lenders, your credit score means very little... Why? Because your ‘credit score’ is simply a number generated by Credit Reference agencies such as Experian, to show a very basic ...Read Article
We are always looking for ways to save money here at TFS, whether it’s from past blogs on shopping bills, cashback and incentives etc, so this blog is no different and in a similar vein. When it comes to bargains, ...Read Article
According to the Travel experts, if you want to bag yourself a great holiday deal without compromise, especially if you are restricted to school holidays, you need to book it before the end of February. With only a couple of ...Read Article
CIFAS, the not-for-profit organisation working to reduce and prevent fraud and financial crime in the UK, has recently released a short video on YouTube. It brilliantly illustrates the importance of protecting your privacy on social media and is well worth ...Read Article
Illegal money lending, or unauthorised lending by loan sharks, as it is sometimes referred to, occurs as a last resort for people who are desperate for funds and have exhausted known options. The need for money is often urgent. It ...Read Article
With winter fast approaching, now is the perfect opportunity to start thinking about how to keep your home efficiently warm this season... At TFS, we have put together some handy tips to save money over the cold period. These quick ...Read Article
Lists are being drawn up and you can’t go into a shop without being presented with seasonal aisles of gifts, food and decorations. We spend an average of £800 per household on Christmas – way more than our European counterparts... ...Read Article
The TFS team has come across a gem that we wanted to share with our customers. Kidstart.com is a website that allows you to save whilst you spend at thousands of online retailers including big brands like Amazon, John Lewis ...Read Article
TFS Loans are delighted to announce that we have won another award for Personal Lending Company of the Year UK, at the prestigious Wealth and Finance Awards! These awards celebrate the top performing businesses in the financial world. Thank you, once ...Read Article
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