GreyWing is happy to show off our new site that caters for those who want to obtain finance without having to go through Credit Checks.
We all know that finance is becoming more difficult to get for some people in our economy. This is often due to previous financial problems, problems they may now have recovered from and learnt from but still unforrtunately affected by.
There is no doubt that the media will look on the site with a negative attitude, the fallout we got when we launched Unemployed Loans was pretty harsh and even calling for it to be banned. Whilst the public understood our reasons - the media and politicians didn't.
The site does perform some checks, it performs what are called "Affordability checks" not "credit checks". There is a big difference between the two, the Financial Conduct Authority actually seems to prefer the affordability checks method. The AC method allows lenders to check someone's current income and spending rather than records that go back anything up to 6 years in the past.
We build the site on behalf of our client Quick Loans Ltd, a company that has close links to GreyWing.
This is one of our better domain names and one we are proud to be associated with. With things moving into a more virtual / augmented reality direction, we can see many uses for this name.
Surprisingly it is a name that we don't get a lot of inquiries about, in fact it gets very little interest from anyone. It doesn't really matter from our point of view because it isn't one we want to sell.
As we previously mentioned, our initial aim is to build a business around the new technologies that are coming online. Each month we see new virtual reality ideas spring up that we haven't even thought of never mind tried to build. By taking our time with this domain we may eventually just stumble across a great use for it. Other ideas for this name include possible Experience Days or an advertising business.
We sometimes listen to offers about joint ventures on certain names and would possibly do so on this one, although the name wouldn't be for sale unfortunately.