Wonga Contact Number

Wonga Contact Number
Contact information for all Wonga customer enquiries
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0843 504 0330

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Along with being a familiar alternative term for the word money, ‘Wonga’ has reinforced its association with monetary matters even further through the aptly named payday loan provider ‘Wonga’. Whatever you need Wonga for today, our Wonga contact number 0843 504 033 is the quick and convenient way to find out more.

Are you aware that payday lenders Wonga trade under the name of WDFC UK and are also associated with Wonga Group Limited and Wonga.com Limited? All three divisions provide a lending service to those who may require a different solution to mainstream bank or building society lending.

Whatever reason you have for contacting Wonga today, rest assured that one telephone call to 0843 504 033 will connect you with the right Wonga representative.

Why people turn to Wonga

Wonga clearly states that their loans are for short-term purposes and designed to ease cash-flow problems such as unexpected bills or emergency repairs. Although Wonga loans are usually flexible, they are not necessarily the most affordable option. If you already have stretched purse strings, it is important to assess all areas raised on the Wonga site prior to lending.

Managing your Wonga loan the easy way

Once online you can manage your Wonga account, calculate repayments and access a step-by-step guide on how to receive approved loans. Alternatively, many people find it easier, and ultimately reassuring, to discuss such personal details one-to-one by calling a Wonga representative via 0843 504 033.

Can one-off loans be repeated?

Wonga professes to take their customers’ financial welfare extremely seriously, and those who have previously borrowed and successfully repaid their loan are likely to get accepted again. In fact, it isn’t unusual for Wonga to reward previous customers by increasing their lending amount where appropriate.

Despite sounding straightforward, there is often a host of questions that you may need to answer prior to committing to such a loan.

To make life a little easier, we have highlighted some of the FAQs that typically arise regarding Wonga loans.

Wonga – commonly raised FAQs

How long does it usually take to receive a Wonga loan into my account?

Once agreed, your money should appear in your account within 15 minutes. It is important to be aware that there may possible be delays if you bank has difficulty processing quick cash transfers. Wonga will usually send an email when the funds are on their way to you.

If I need to increase my loan, can I top it up at any time?

Topping-up your account is possible in some cases. If agreed, this is usually added on top of your original loan amount plus an extra transfer fee, details of which can be found online or by calling our dedicated Wonga contact number 0843 504 033.


I am having problems repaying my Wonga loan – what should I do?

It is imperative that you talk to a Wonga representative, because repayment plans tailored to a client’s individual needs are sometimes possible. Arrangements can be made by calling Wonga via 0843 504 033 or by completing their income and expenditure form online. Please be aware that missed payments typically incur charges and your future credit rating is likely to be affected – therefore despite solutions often being available, falling behind with payments is not to be taken lightly.

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United Kingdom, London
Phone: 0843 504 0330
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One of the most talked about companies in the UK, Wonga are constantly making headlines – and rarely for the right reasons. However, most of the time the business is used as a byword for the payday lending industry as a whole, something which comes as a result of their position as market leader. The company have attempted to set the record straight on some of the matters that people have issues with through their website OpenWonga.com, which gives statistics on certain aspects of their operations.


Critics are likely to point out that the details that are given on the OpenWonga site are highly selective, and only really give an objective view of statistics that are inoffensive and can not be used to argue against the company. Perhaps the only thing that has the potential to create controversy is the fact that 5% of their profits come from late payment interest and fees – with those who rally against short term lenders would argue is still high, and does not account for those who are unable to pay anything back due to the incredibly high APR interest rate – which is also shown below, compared against an average credit card and an ‘affordable’ lender, Zopa.

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All the information for the above infographic was taken from OpenWonga.com, ValuePenguin.com and Zopa.com