‘No win, no fee’ pledge by Acorn

Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Acorn Commercial Finance has launched a Å’no win, no fee1 pledge to its customers. Paul Thompson, a partner in the firm which specialises in securing finance for the care industry through its “Loans 4 Care” service, described the move as an ambitious scheme, and one that has not yet been undertaken in the leisure sector. “In a nutshell, if we haven1t done what we said we would do, we will refund our fees,” Mr Thompson said. “Setting up in business is expensive enough without having to pay unnecessary fees and we are confident in both the quality of our service and our ability to secure appropriate finance for customers.” Mr Thompson said that, for Acorn customers, this could mean a potential refund of £250 if the firm is unsuccessful in raising the funding they require. He said the pledge was all all part of the transparency with which Acorn undertakes all of its business dealings and the firm1s strong focus on meeting customer needs. – For more information about specialist leisure trade finance or more info

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