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£35 A MONTH*
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Important Information

How do I apply?

Simply select “Financing” from the billing page upon checkout. The application process is simple. It will take around 5 minutes to complete and you should have a decision online is less than 30 seconds.

Are deposits required?

No deposits are required. You are able to finance your entire purchase. Your first monthly payment will not become due until 30 days after we have completed shipping your order.

Who is Eligible for Financing?

Applying for an instalment loan is similar to applying for a new credit card. The details you provide are checked against public registers, such as credit-rating agencies. To increase the chances of acceptance, ideally, you will have a good credit history (no late payments, CCJ’s, etc.) and meet the following minimum criteria:

- Be a UK resident
- Be over 18 years of age
- Have 3 years of UK address history
- Be working at least 16 hours per week
- Have a valid phone number and email address
- Delivery address must be the address on your credit application (billing address)

Who is offering Financing for HTC?

Financing options are offered through Divido Financial Services in association with Shawbrook Bank Limited.

Divido Financial Services Limited (‘Divido’) are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Permission Number 628253). For more information, please visit: www.divido.com.

Finance is provided by Shawbrook Bank Limited who is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Shawbrook Bank Limited will treat any Loan Agreement made through our introduction as being regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and as giving you the protections provided in respect of agreements which are regulated by that Act. For more information, please visit: www.shawbrook.co.uk

For more information, please visit: www.shawbrook.co.uk.

Who is Shawbrook Bank?
Shawbrook Bank is an experienced team in personal lending. They are a responsible lender, and will check that you can afford the loan before an agreement is made. This will include a detailed review of your income and expenditure. Shawbrook promise:

- Act fairly and reasonably in their dealings with you
- Provide a high quality of service

After my order is approved and processed, may I add to my cart or change delivery options?

Once you’ve placed your order through eFinancing, you will not be able to change the delivery speed or add a gift option. Who do I contact if I have questions about my loan? Or, if my application is declined, who do I call to understand why?

Shawbrook Bank has a dedicated customer service. Should you be declined for a loan, Shawbrook Bank will also mail you a decline letter.

You can contact Shawbrook Bank Limited:

By Post: Newport Administrative Centre, PO Box 852, Newport, NP209LJ
By Phone: 034 5650 6290
By Email: hil.customer@shawbrook.co.uk

Business Hours: Monday through Friday Saturday, Sunday
9 am – 9 pm 9 am – 6 pm 10 am – 5 pm
Shawbrook Bank offices are closed on Christmas Day and Easter Sunday.

How do I change my bank details or payment date?

If you wish to change your bank details or your payment date please contact Shawbrook Bank customer services team on 0345 650 6290 (Monday through Friday 9 am – 9 pm, Saturday 9 am – 6 pm or Sunday 10 am – 5 pm, excluding Christmas Day or Easter Sunday).

Standard Terms of Sale for applies to your order when using [Financing] including handling of returns and cancellations.

Interest rate and APR Information on our website about finance options provided by Shawbrook Bank Limited may state two figures, the “interest rate” and the “APR”. By law, both figures must be stated in the Loan Agreement and are shown in Representative Examples.

Interest rate: This means the annual rate of interest charged by the lender on the amount you borrow.

APR: This stands for Annual Percentage Rate. It is calculated using a formula set down by law and is intended to indicate the overall cost of a loan. The APR takes into account the total amount of interest payable over the term of the loan and any other charges you have to pay. The APR will be higher than the interest rate unless the loan is "interest-free", in which case both the interest rate and the APR will be 0%.

Total charge for credit: This is the predicted total cost of your loan and will be stated in your Credit Agreement. It is calculated on the assumption that you will make your monthly repayments as they fall due. If you repay sooner, the actual total charge for credit you will pay should be lower; if you repay later, the actual total charge for credit you pay will be higher.