Thank you for submitting a credit request. In order for us to process your request, we need you to provide us with documentation which demonstrate the liquid assets you currently hold e.g. bank / savings account balance etc.
How do I upload documents?
You can upload documents via any of the methods below…
- Upload your statements via My Account
- Take a photo of your statement(s) on your mobile & email them to: email@example.com
- Fax your statement to ....
What documents can I provide?
|Documents we accept||Documents we cannot accept|
|Bank statements –including name and banking details, shown over a four-week period. Joint statements will be taken at 50% (prior to Risk haircut).||Overdrafts and Loans|
|Stock portfolios – including name and portfolio value (dependant on the liquidity of the stock and the balance of the portfolio)||Credit card statements|
|Share certificates - including name and share value (dependant on the liquidity of the stock and the balance of the portfolio)||Mortgages / Property|
|ISAs – including name and ISA value||ISAs – including name and ISA value Pensions – Company pensions / SIPPs|
|Trading statements (elsewhere) - including name and portfolio value (dependant on the liquidity of the stock and the balance of the portfolio)||Luxury Goods - e.g. cars and wine|
|Tradable funds (Gain) - funds should have been held on a client’s account for a minimum four-week period and are not being used to cover deposit or losse||Family Trust Accounts|
How many documents can I provide?
You can upload as many different documents as you wish. We will combine the value of funds shown across all statements you provide, when making a decision on the size of credit allocation we can provide you. For example if you provide a bank statement showing funds of £20k and an ISA statement showing separate funds of £20k we would enable you to obtain a credit allowance of 25% of the combined value of all statements you provide. In this example: £20k + £20k = £40k. 25% of £40k = £10k.