London (PRWEB UK) 2 May 2012
The short term loan brokers have encountered a few technical problems with their website in recent weeks; however they would like to reassure customers that they can still apply for a payday loan as normal.
Payday Power is currently looking into the issue which was out of their control. It has affected the company’s visibility in the search engine results pages, making it difficult for customers to locate the site. Google have been informed about the problem and so the broker hopes that it can be resolved as soon as possible.
The site is still accessible via their web address and this is the best option for those looking for cash fast. Therefore it is recommended that customers go directly to the domain until the current issues are resolved.
Simon, the Managing Director of Payday Power, spoke about the technical glitches: “We are currently doing all we can to get the website reinstated on search engines. This has been brought to the attention of Google and we are looking to eradicate these issues as soon as possible. We believe that this has come about as a result of an external attack, which triggered an automatic penalty.”
“Obviously, we want our customers to know that they can still obtain the additional funds they may need to in tough financial situations and their best option is visit the website direct. It’s business as usual for us, but for the mean time we are sending a reassuring reminder to all of our customers to say that we are looking into the problems and you can still apply for a payday loan as normal via our website.”
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About Payday Power
Founded in 2008, Payday Power is a leading broker of online payday loans. Part of the Reset Finance group, they enjoy the backing of a number of major lenders to help get the best deal for customers. Payday Power offer payday loans of up to £1,250 at a representative APR of 1,940.5% - equating to around £25 per £100 borrowed or 25% of the total amount - and are committed to responsible lending.