COVID-19 Update: Dear customer, during this time of uncertainty, TFS Loans will not be taking new loan applications and have temporarily suspended all new lending.
If you currently have a loan with us and have been affected financially by the COVID-19 pandemic, please click here for ways in which we may be able to work with you during these difficult times.
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
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
We LOVE free things here at TFS Loans! Every few weeks we scour the web to find the best cheap deals, money saving ideas and clever tricks to save money but this week we have gone one better and found ...Read Article
With the summer holidays approaching and the fear of dread filling many parents, we want to try and lighten the load a little with ideas for getting the kids out the house during the school break, but it not costing ...Read Article
We always advocate looking around to see if you are still on the best deal whenever any of your services come up for the renewal – from car insurance, to energy, phones, mobiles, broadband and more. This week we thought ...Read Article
How many people in the UK have actually taken out a loan? If you think you’re alone in borrowing money, you’re not. Find out all the statistics below. If you think you’re alone when you’re looking to borrow money, you ...Read Article
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