How do I repay Wonga?
Just go to ‘My Account’ and click on ‘Repay’ or give our team a quick call on 0861 966 421 and they will process your payment.
Are Wonga still trading?
WDFC UK Limited (trading as Wonga) entered into administration on 31 August 2018 and ceased all collection activity on 20th December 2019.
Is Wonga an admin?
The administration of WDFC, the legal company who operated the Wonga brand, was completed in August 2020. The company was finally dissolved in December 2020.
What happens to my Wonga loan?
Administrators will take over the day-to-day running of the company and your debt would be passed on from Wonga to the new owners. One way that the payday loan company could raise funds is by selling your debts onto a different company.
How long does Wonga take to pay out to Absa?
Wonga also offers instant loan approval online, 24/7. Therefore, no matter what day or hour you apply for a Wonga loan, if we are able to approve your loan instantly, we will pay the cash out and depending on how quickly your bank moves, it could be in your account within the hour.
How do I contact Wonga?
For repayment queries email [email protected] For The Money Academy, please email us at [email protected] If you’ve been a victim of fraud or you’d like to report fraud anonymously, please call us on 0861 968 424 or email us at [email protected]
Where is Wonga finance located in South Africa?
Customer. Wonga Finance SA (Pty) Ltd. Physical Address: 1st floor, 33 Bree Street, 8001, Cape Town, South Africa. Telephone: 0861 966 421 Registered in South Africa, Company no: 2010/015269/07. A registered Credit Provider, NCRCP5033.
What technology does Wonga use?
The Company utilizes fully automated risk processing technology to provide short-term, unsecured personal loans online, including via tablet and mobile app. Wonga’s latest funding round in August 2018 was reported to be $13 m.
Is Wonga on the brink of collapse?
UK payday loans firm Wonga, whose investors include high profile European VC firms Accel and Balderton, appears to be teetering on the brink of collapse as it’s stopped taking new loans. A spokeswoman for the company confirmed to TechCrunch it is not accepting new loan applications. She sent us the … When was Wonga founded?