FUNDING AND PAYMENT PLANS

We understand and appreciate that getting together the fees for our courses can sometimes be a bit of a challenge.  At The Actors' Temple we have teamed up with Duologi who are able to offer you 0% finance over 12 months and flexible payment plans to suit your individual needs (subject to credit checks.) 

 

Additionally Duologi can provide credit for up to 24 months from 4.9%. Duologi can be used for any of Actors' Temple Workshops and Courses.

Please feel free to contact us after reading this page if you have questions by:

Giving our studio team a call on:

020 3004 4537

Emailing us at: info@actorstemple.com

 or popping in to see us in person.

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FAQ'S
 
Will I be accepted for finance?

Whether your accepted for finance or not depends on many different factors.  Duologi have a dedicated credit team who use our bespoke credit engine to help them reach decisions.

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Who are Duologi?

Duologi offers a 0% interest payment plan

Your interest-free finance will cover the cost of your course fees with no interest or hidden costs to pay. Anything that is not included in the course package, such as workshops will be payable as required.

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How will I pay for my course?

If your application is successful, you will need to pay your deposit before you start your course. Your first monthly direct debit payment will be taken approximately 25 days after you’ve activated your payment plan. You have the right to repay all or part of the loan early at any time.

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How do I apply?

Easy - just call the studio and one of our members of staff can talk you through the process step by step. You will need proof of address for 3 years and your bank details.

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What could my repayment terms look like?
Cost of your Course = £4750
20% deposit = £950
Total amount of credit = £3800
Duration = 12 months
APR = 0%
Interest charged is £0
12 monthly payments of £316.67
Total amount payable is £4750
FAQ'S
What is a credit search?

A credit search occurs when a third party investigates your credit report.
They’re looking to see how you manage your credit now, and how you’ve
managed it in the past. This search may then be recorded on your credit
report for other third parties to see. This is useful to lenders because if
you’ve made multiple applications for credit recently, it could suggest to
them that you have an urgent need for credit which you may struggle to pay

back.