Representative APR Example
£350 borrowed for 30 days. Total amount payable by one repayment: £434.
Total interest payable by one repayment: £84. Representative APR 1223.6% (Variable)
0 Day(s)
Interest : £0
Repayment : £0

Loans for People on DSS Benefits

Loans for people on DSS benefits are cash assistance for individuals who are dependent on benefits of department of social security. Underemployment, physical ailment and disabilities are some of the reasons which place you under the scheme of benefits. The reimbursement is enough to meet your daily survival and routine demands but not enough for other expenses and this is where loans for people on DSS benefits come in to picture and Loans For People On Benefits is an expert in arranging these loans.


  • An amount starting from £50 and stretching up to £25000 which can further increase, depending on your repayment capabilities.
  • Convenient interest rates and flexible repayment tenure.
  • People with bad credit are equally eligible.

So if you are on DSS benefit and have some cash requirements, fill our online application so that we can start working on finding loans for people on DSS benefits.

The operator of this website is not a lender and does not make credit decisions. The information you provide will be used in securing you a payday loan with one of our carefully selected panel of leading Payday Loan Lenders in UK. The personal, financial and employment information that we collect is stored electronically during the duration of the application and is removed from our system upon acceptance from the lender.

We expect you to repay your loan on the date agreed, so if you do not think you are in a position to make your repayment, please do not apply with us in the first place. It is not worth risking your credit rating for such a small amount.


Please note that payday loans are meant to be used for short term financial emergencies and are not designed to provide long term solutions

Warning: Failure to meet your repayments can have serious financial consequences. For help, go to