Terms and Conditions
Means to a Lend is an information only and referral website that strives to give the most accurate guides, tips, and information. We are, however, only human and cannot offer a guarantee that everything we do is perfect. We therefore ask you to use any information within the site at your own risk and we cannot accept any liability for anything that may go wrong. If you see anything that needs updating on the site, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what it is and we will always be happy to correct anything we may have overlooked.
All the information on the site is not meant to be read as specific advice tailored to any single individual reader, but rather as generic information designed to help the reader understand the subject in question. It does not represent in any way financial advice.
The articles found on the site are written by people that are expert in their field and every effort is made to ensure the content is checked for accuracy and compliance. It is designed to inform and prepare you for aa free and no obligation discussion with any of the professionals we collaborate with.
We only refer to brokers and advisors who are fully qualified to give whole of market knowledge and expertise. They are also fully authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and will take responsibility for the advice they give to you. In making an enquiry to Means to a Lend, you understand and accept that your information will be passed to one of these third parties who will be able to help you.
All the information within the site is accurate at the time of publication. Means to a Lend does not offer financial advice but will refer your enquiry to a suitably qualified firm or advisor who will be qualified and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority and will offer advice to your specific needs. This site is only intended to provide information to those within England and Wales.
Some products, such as Commercial Loans and some Buy to Let Mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. You are strongly advised to consider carefully before securing any debt against your home. A mortgage is secured against your home and as such it may be repossessed if you do not keep up the payments on it or any other type of loan secured on it.
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