Cash on Go Ltd - (in Administration)
Adam Henry Stephens, Henry Anthony Shinners and Gilbert Lemon of Smith & Williamson LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of Cash on Go Ltd (“the Company”) – in Administration on 5 March 2020.
UPDATE 12/11/2020: Important notice to creditors about redress
UPDATE 02/10/2020: The following document is now available to download:
A link to our report on the progress of the administrations for the six months to 4 September 2020 is below. Insolvency legislation dictates the level of information which we must provide to creditors and the report is therefore necessarily detailed.
UPDATE 24/04/2020: The following document is now available to download:
Cash On Go Ltd traded as peachy.co.uk and uploan.co.uk in the UK and provided lending services to the UK consumer market.
This website will be used to provide customers and creditors with information and will be updated when new information becomes available.
Following the appointment of the Administrators:
- There will be no new lending activity; and
- All outstanding loans remain subject to the terms agreed with the Company and borrowers should continue to make payments in the usual way according to the agreed terms and conditions.
More information can be found here via the FAQs, which will be regularly updated.
The Administrators are working with the Company to facilitate an orderly wind down of the business and start the process of identifying all creditors, in accordance with their statutory obligations.
The Company remains regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) and the Administrators continue to interact with them as appropriate.
To read the FCA's announcement on this matter, click the following link: https://www.fca.org.uk/news/statements/cash-go-enters-administration
If you receive any requests to make payment to any other bank accounts, please inform the Customer Support team immediately on 0800 0124 743 for peachy.co.uk and 0800 0239 209 for uploan.co.uk. Please remember, never give personal information or account details to anyone who contacts you unexpectedly. Neither the Administrators nor the Company will ever ask for your bank details.
Customers should continue to liaise with the relevant Customer Support Team throughout this time, using the contact details listed above. However, should affected parties wish to contact the Administrators directly, please do so via the dedicated email address, being firstname.lastname@example.org.