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Economists warned last night of echoes of the lead-up to the 2008 financial crisis.‘The UK consumer increasingly appears to be living beyond their means,’ said John Hawksworth of accountancy firm Pw C.‘This cannot continue forever as inflation rises further above target over the course of this year, squeezing real earnings.’ Rachel Springall of the Moneyfacts website warned: ‘The temptation to borrow in such a cheap interest environment is so high, and borrowers could easily have their debts get out of control.’Household net borrowing rocketed to more than £11billion in the last three months of 2016.
The ONS said this was partly due to a rise in consumer spending despite people feeling poorer.
But there is increasingly evidence that our big banks, which acted so irresponsibly prior to the last financial crisis – with unsustainable models such as the notorious 125 per cent mortgage at Northern Rock – are up to mischief again.
As the Mail reports today, three quarters of credit card providers, including names such as Lloyds Bank, are willing to offer plastic to people earning little or nothing.
Brian Brown, of Defaqto, said: ‘The market seems to be relaxing.The credit limit we set is based on the affordability of the product and the applicant’s ability and willingness to pay it back.’Providers including Argos, Capital One, Vanquis, Aqua and Very are also among brands that will consider applications from the unemployed, according to the website uk.A spokesman for Vanquis said: ‘Whilst being unemployed does not automatically preclude someone from being accepted for credit, in most cases it would make it less likely that they will be accepted.’Fiona Hoyle, of the Finance and Leasing Association, said: ‘Each lender will have their own specific way of checking their customers’ credit worthiness, and this is taken very seriously because, ultimately, it is not in their interest to provide credit to anyone who cannot make the repayments.’Yorkshire Bank said it reviewed a customer’s employment situation, income, existing debts, credit rating and other commitments such as rent and bills when considering an application.Providers have dramatically relaxed their lending criteria, a Daily Mail investigation shows.
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