• About Fair Go Finance
    • What loan amounts can you provide?
      At Fair Go Finance we can fund loans between $500 and $10,000.
    • What do you mean by “personalised service”?
      At Fair Go Finance we understand your situation is unique to you, and every person is different. That's why we make sure every conditionally approved loan is individually assessed by a trained staff member, and not by a computer. We personally review your application because we know that's the best way to make sure we only approve loans when they'll help you go forward.
    • How do I update my information with Fair Go Finance?
      Updating your personal information is easy! Simply contact our office on 1300 324 746 and we'll be able to update your details then and there.
  • Getting a Fair Go Finance Loan
    • Do I have to live in an Australian city to get a loan?
      No, you can live anywhere in Australia! You do need to live at a permanent residence though, so unfortunately this means you can't be staying in a caravan park.
    • Can I get a loan if I have bad credit?
      Depending on your level of bad credit, you may be able to successfully apply for a loan with us. As part of our lending criteria we look at the number of loan enquires you've had recently, the number & status of any recent defaults and any other adverse items on your credit file such as bankruptcy or a part 9. The fewer you have, the more likely you will be eligible but we do pride ourselves on helping customers who may have had issues in the past, but are clearly ready to get back on track. Please call us on 1300 324 746 if you'd like more information or if you'd like to discuss your current credit report before completing our online application. We're here to help!
  • Application
    • Will you do a credit check on me?
      Yes. We will perform a credit check on you as part of our loan assessment process. After you give your consent on our application form, we will check your credit file held by one or more Credit Reporting Bodies. If you have a default or a missed payment listed on your file, please don’t worry. Depending on your circumstances we may still be able to help you with a loan.
    • What is a credit enquiry check?
      Once you give your consent to a credit check on our application form, this allows us to access your credit report and list a “credit enquiry” for the amount you have applied for. As it is listed as an “enquiry” it will remain on your credit report regardless of whether your application is successful or not. It’s important you know that credit enquiries (including how many you’ve made) may affect decisions by other credit providers about whether they provide credit to you and on what terms.
    • What is E-signing?
      E-signing is an electronic way to sign, instead of using a pen! If you successfully apply for one of our Fair Go Finance loans between $500 and $10,000, you can accept our conditional offer straight away by typing in a unique SMS code that is sent to your mobile. It's a quick and easy method to progress successful applications as fast as possible.
  • Repayments and Fees
  • Approval Process
    • Why was I offered a different amount to what I applied for?
      As a responsible lender, we assess every application by referring to each individual's circumstances. Part of this assessment involves ensuring you can comfortably afford the repayments. There are times where we may offer you a different loan amount because of this, as long as the loan will still assist you with the loan purpose you indicated.
  • Managing Repayments and Hardship
    • Can I reduce my payments?
      Yes, if your circumstances unexpectedly change, we understand you may want to reduce your repayments. If this happens, please contact us as soon as possible. The quicker you let us know, the faster we can discuss your alternative payment options and help you get back on track.
    • What should I do if I can't make a repayment?
      We simply ask that you contact us on 1300 324 746 as soon as possible. By letting us know your situation, we'll be able to discuss alternative options with you.
  • About our Bank Statement Service
    • Do I input my internet banking details to use the bank statement service?
      Yes, if you use our bank statement service provided by Proviso Pty Ltd (trading as BankStatements.com.au ABN 89166277845), you will input your internet banking details which will allow us read-only access of your bank account. Your bank details are encrypted in transit and stored securely. We do not have the ability to change any of your banking details, set up direct debits or to manage your account in any other way. All your data is securely handled in accordance with the Privacy Act (1988) (Cth) and our privacy policy and Proviso Pty Ltd’s privacy policy which can be accessed here www.bankstatements.com.au/about/privacy.
    • Who sees my internet banking log-in details if I use the bank statement service?
      No person can access your Internet banking details. When you enter your banking credentials on our website they are immediately encrypted. Proviso Pty Ltd (trading as bankstatments.com.au, ABN 89166277845) then stores the encrypted details. They are stored in a highly secure data centre which has a single use, which is to generate a read-only data-feed which we will use to assess the affordability of the loan.
    • What happens to my internet banking details after I input them on your website?
      As an organisation, security of data and prevention of fraud are fundamental to us. We are committed to using practices to ensure that our services are provided within a secure environment. Your Internet banking details are encrypted and held securely by our professional service providers. Our partner, Proviso Pty Ltd (trading as bank statements.com.au, ABN 89166277845) and us, are permitted read-only access to your current account, so will only ever be able to view your account. We do not have the ability to change any of your banking details or set up standing orders/direct debits. All data is securely handled.
    • What happens to the bank statement information you obtain?
      We'll review the information on your bank statements to help us assess your loan application. The information will also assist us in managing your credit and assessing any future applications. Proviso Pty Ltd (trading as bank statements.com.au, ABN 89166277845) will store your bank statements. Proviso Pty Ltd may use, disclose, sell, license, reproduce or distribute your data and transaction information in statistical and aggregate form that does not contain your personal information.
    • Who should I speak to if I have other questions about this service?
      If you have any other questions, please call us at Fair Go Finance on 1300 324 746 or send us an email to apply@fairgofinance.com.au. Alternatively, you're welcome to contact Proviso Pty Ltd (trading as bankstatements.com.au, ABN 89166277845) who provide this service. They are located in South Australia and their contact number is (08) 7122 9452.
  • Contact Us
    • How can I contact Fair Go Finance outside business hours?
      You're welcome to contact us outside business hours either by; E-mailing us To apply@fairgofinance.com.au Leaving us a voice message You can leave a voice message by calling our 1300 324 746 number. Faxing us You can fax us on 1800 324 746. Please remember to include your full name, best contact number and reference number if you have one, and we'll be sure to get back to you the next business day.

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It can be expensive to borrow small amounts of money and borrowing may not solve your money problems.

Check your options before you borrow:
For more information about other options for managing bills and debts, ring 1800 007 007 from anywhere in Australia to talk to a free and independent financial counsellor.

Talk to your electricity, gas, phone or water provider to see if you can work out a payment plan.
If you are on government benefits, ask if you can receive an advance from Centrelink.

The Australian Government’s MoneySmart Website shows you how small amount loans work and suggests other options that may help you.

* This statement is an Australian Government requirement under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009.