Loans for £3,000 with Monzo
Whether you’re looking to make a small home improvement, help get finance a car, or consolidate your debt into one payment, a £3,000 personal loan with Monzo could help you get there faster.
If you're eligible, our representative APR is 26.6% APR on loans up to £3,000.
Loans, the Monzo way
You could use a £3,000 personal loan from Monzo to help put money towards a new car, to put towards a home improvement, or bring all your monthly payments to one place.
Check to see if you’ll be eligible for a loan and it won’t affect your credit rating.
You'll only need to answer three questions, and we'll let you know exactly what you can get.
Quick and simple
We'll only ask a few questions, and once you've applied, you'll have the money in your account in minutes
You can change your repayment day in the Monzo app. And, there's no fees to do so
Repay early, if you'd like
If you can afford to pay more, or pay your loan off completely, you can. With no fees to do so
Apply in minutes
No long paper forms. Just answer three questions in your Monzo app, and see what you could get straight away with our loans calculator.
And, you can use our loans calculator without affecting your credit score.
We won't hide fees or give you unfair charges.
Keep on track with your loan alongside your everyday spending.
Make extra payments, or pay off your loan completely, with no extra fees.
Give your loan a purpose
Give it a name and add an image of your choice.
Your loan sits alongside your pots, so it’s easy to see the progress you're making at a glance.
Human help, when you need it most
We want you to feel comfortable telling us when something’s wrong (whether that’s struggling with your mental health, losing your job, or something else).
If you need some extra support, we’ll do everything we can to help you get back on track.
You can speak to real friendly humans over live chat through the Monzo app, or on the phone. We're here 24/7 for emergencies, and from 8am to 7pm for anything else.
We also provide tips on managing your loans and your debt in the loans help section on our blog.