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Esme Loans Reviews

Ratings based on 2 reviews Last review 10 months ago
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Esme Loans (owned and backed by NatWest), claims to offer “an innovative approach to business loans”. So if you've used them for a business loan, share an Esme Loans review, and help other people find the right business finance for their needs! Or if y...

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Esme Loans (owned and backed by NatWest), claims to offer “an innovative approach to business loans”. So if you've used them for a business loan, share an Esme Loans review, and help other people find the right business finance for their needs! Or if you just want to read Esme Loans reviews, see what other people have said about them here on Smart Money People.

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16th January 2019

misleading company... typical highstreet bank

misleading company, advertise that they do decide without checking your credit history, but then they will still rum check withut letting you know. serve only companies who are either 0% profit or profit is in plus. otherwise even if minus is not big...

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misleading company, advertise that they do decide without checking your credit history, but then they will still rum check withut letting you know. serve only companies who are either 0% profit or profit is in plus. otherwise even if minus is not big no chance ....

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2nd November 2017

Dont waste your time

Well, typical bank lending - or not! Supposedly set up to help SME's get the finance they need, well applied for a loan and was told 'cant help you' - no surprise there then - applied via IWOCA straight accept. So dont waste your time applying to a...

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Well, typical bank lending - or not! Supposedly set up to help SME's get the finance they need, well applied for a loan and was told 'cant help you' - no surprise there then - applied via IWOCA straight accept. So dont waste your time applying to a 'bank' that is branded under a name that is here to 'help' SME's.