Your personal line of credit
Forget payday loans. Forget fees. Forget plastic. Get Drafty. Up to £3,000. Representative 89.7% APR. Subject to status. T&Cs apply.^
Drafty is a flexible, easy-to-use alternative to loans, overdrafts and credit cards. Our line of credit offer’s a fresh perspective, helping you boost your finances while staying in control.
We believe there is more to someone than just their credit score, meaning you can apply even if you have bad credit. If your application is approved, we’ll set a credit limit and you can withdraw up to that amount.
What makes a Drafty line of credit different? Well, you can reuse your credit line as much as you like without having to reapply each time. What’s more, you can repay a little extra anytime and you’ll save on interest – how good is that?
We’re fully regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and never offer our credit line to people if we think it will only make their financial situation worse. We’re proud of the service we offer to our customers, but
don’t just take our word for it. Take a look at our reviews and see why we’re rated ‘Excellent’ on Trustpilot.
What does a Drafty credit line offer?
We like to think of ourselves as a loan’s fun cousin. We could offer you a line of credit that still gives you everything you want from a short-term personal loan and, then some.
So, what does a Drafty line of credit offer you?
We’ll send out the cash to your bank within 90 seconds of you asking for it, once you’re approved.
With a Drafty line of credit, you can apply for up to £3,000 and use what you need from your approved credit limit.
As it’s a line of credit, you can reuse Drafty whenever you need without having to reapply.
There are no fees. What’s more, you only pay interest on what you use. Payback sooner, save on interest!
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