Fast Cash

There’s nothing like finding out that you have an urgent expense, and yet you don’t have enough cash at hand to help you pay the bill.

If that’s the case, then why not apply for a Swift Loans Fast Cash Loan?

Our brilliantly designed, secure and 100% online application process is simple to use, and we’ll let you know how much you may be able to borrow within a few quick minutes.  What’s more, there’s absolutely no obligation to borrow, and you can cancel or pause your application process so you can come back to it later.

Once your loan has been approved, we will then send the money through to your bank account within 60 minutes* - there’s no paperwork, face-to-face meetings, no waiting and no queues so you can get on with your life and not have to worry about finding the extra cash.

Furthermore, you can apply 247 including weekends for our fast cash loans. On weekends our hours are restricted, however we do assess loans on weekends. Please note that whilst we aim to transfer the loan funds from our bank account within 60 minutes* of receipt of signed contract, if during AEDT standard bank hours, the processing of, and subsequent deposit into your account, will always be subject to your financial institution, which is outside of our control. For loans approved on weekends, this means that you may not receive your loan funds until the following business day, usually Monday.

 

We’ll also give you the option of repaying your loan over a 10, 14 or 18 week timeframe, so that you can chose a repayment schedule that works best for you.

Once you’ve successfully taken out a loan with us, we’ll make you a Swift Loans VIP member, so that the next time you need some instant cash, the process is even faster!

So, Apply Now to see if you qualify for some Swift Fast Cash today!

*NB. We will always aim to transfer the loan funds from our bank account within 60 minutes of receipt of signed contract, if during AEST standard bank hours. The processing of, and subsequent deposit into your account, will always be subject to your financial institution, which is outside of our control.