Admiral Finance aren’t looking for a flawless credit history. While they’ll also look into other aspects such as your income and employment to consider your eligibility, they can’t process your application if you’re currently bankrupt or if you can’t provide an asset for security.
There are two forms of ID required for an Admiral car loan: one photo ID (such as a driver’s licence or passport), and a secondary ID (such as birth certificate or a bank card). At least a Restricted Licence is also needed when buying a vehicle or registering it as security.
No. Unfortunately, Admiral Finance will only accept a minimum of a Restricted Licence. This ensures that the borrower isn’t likely to get into a road accident and that they’re familiar with the fundamental knowledge on driving.
I’ve just had a great experience with Kurt from glimp compare. He helped me through the process from the time I clicked onto the website, via the chat function. Long story short I have signed up to a new power and broadband provider with significant cost savings. There was no pressure at any stage, just respectful guidance and facilitation to initiate the new supply.
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very confusing. I signed up, completed my details and it was sent to Stuff. I then get notified to sign up on Stuff, so I do that and get an order notification. I then get an email an hour later from Glimp asking me to complete my order by following the link, and to hurry so as not to miss out. I am then taken to a Stuff page again to complete an order that is not the order I signed up for, i.e. 4 months half price not the 6 months half price I agreed to. So I have no idea now what the status is and what deal stuff think I am on.