Is Tappily better than SafetyNet?
Compared to SafetyNet credit, Tappily offers higher credit limits and lower rates, but is marketed at customers with slightly better credit scores.
Is Tappily secure?
Tappily offers a revolving line of credit with straightforward repayment terms. Representative 49.7% APR. The security of any information you share with us is our top priority, which is why we use 256-bit encryption, one of the most widely used encryption methods available.
What is a Tappily account?
Tappily uses Open Banking to form a secure, read-only connection with your bank account. This allows us to conduct in-depth affordability assessments and accurately assess how much credit is affordable for you. We will never lend you more money than you are able to pay back within a reasonable period.
Is Tappily a payday loan?
Tappily is a good alternative to traditional payday loans – working out much cheaper. It's still expensive compared to traditional personal loans, however, so it's not advisable for frequent borrowing of larger sums or borrowing over longer periods.
How do I stop Tappily taking money?
How do I set up/stop auto-borrowing instalments being transferred into my account? You have full control of your Tappily facility from your personalised dashboard. You can turn the auto-borrowing instalment facility on or off by clicking on the appropriate button on your dashboard.
Is Tappily a direct lender?
Tappily is a direct lender, and a trading name of Indigo Michael Ltd., which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
How do I cancel my safety net account?
How can I close my SafetyNet account?
- By phone at: 0808 169 4911.
- By email at: [email protected]
- By post at: SafetyNet. PO Box 1515. High Wycombe. HP11 9JE.
- By live chat: this feature can be found in the bottom right hand corner of this page.