rTMS Treatment Finance
How much are the repayments?
This will depend on the amount you borrow, the interest rate and the term of the loan. One of our lenders will contact you directly with a personalised quotation. There are no hidden costs and a deposit is not necessary! The full loan amount will be deposited into your account within a couple of days, so you can pay for your treatment in full, upfront.
How Do I Make the Repayments?
The monthly payments are collected by Direct Debit. Your first payment will be debited approximately one month after the start of your treatment.
How do I apply?
You are required to come in for your initial consultation to determine suitability for the TMS treatment before applying for your treatment finance.
Afterward, the finance application can be done via a simple, online application process that can be completed in the comfort and privacy of your own home. The application process will only take a few minutes and in most cases, you will receive a decision within 24 hours. Once your application has been approved, we will then be able to get your treatment funding scheduled in our diary.
Online Application Form
Please discuss your options with The rTMS Centre team before applying. The online application form will be forwarded to you to complete.
Monthly Payments for your Convenience
In conjunction with our specialist finance provider, Medifinance, we are pleased to offer a more affordable way for you to fund your treatment – Personal Loan options from 12 to 60 months, from £1000 to £35,000, with a low APR%*
The benefits of financing your treatment include:
- TMS treatment funding
- No delay in having the treatment you wish and no major outlay of cash
- You can spread the cost over a period that suits you
- The discreet, application process is completely managed online with a quick decision
- You can apply at home, at a time that suits you
Please note; Finance approval is subject to status & terms and conditions apply.
YAAD Ltd is an Appointed Representative of Medifinance Ltd (FRN: 675486) who is Authorised & Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
*APR% is dependent on your personal circumstances
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