Revamp Your Finances in 2010

Want to start afresh this year, but don't fancy the high loan rates on the High Street? If you want to cut up the credit cards for good, invest in a new motor, or even want to give your home a fresh look, why not try Zopa? If you have a good credit rating, the lending and borrowing marketplace can offer you some of the best personal loan rates around.

More than 300,000 people have joined the UK's only social lending website, and with rates up to 40% cheaper than the High Street banks, it's clear why. Plus, you're borrowing from real people, not lining the pockets of the banks.

And if your circumstances change and you want to pay off your loan early, no problem! There are no early repayment charges so you can repay as much as you want, when you like. Why be penalised for paying off your debts?

Get your free, no obligation quote (that won't affect your credit rating)  by clicking here.

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Zopa is a lending and borrowing exchange where real people sidestep the banks to get a better deal.

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