The Rose Gallery are delighted to be able offer a flexible range of repayment terms for UK purchases, such as 0% finance over 12 months – whether you purchase online or in person, in our Gallery.
The application process is simple, takes around 5 minutes for you to complete, is carried out online and you will receive a decision within 30 seconds of completion.
For example, imagine a piece of art costing £500 takes your eye (and heart), then complete the lender’s application online at the checkout, or in store on our iPad and wait 30 seconds for a credit decision.
Assuming your application is successful, we will ask you to pay a 10% deposit - £50 in this example – and then the outstanding balance of £450 would be spread out over the next 12 months - £37.67 per month.
The artwork will be delivered to your address, as given in your credit application, according to our usual delivery procedures. If you are in the Gallery when you make the application and we have the piece of art in stock, then you are able to take it away with you that day.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Am I eligible for finance?
Applying for an instalment plan is similar to applying for a new credit card. The details you provide are checked against public registers, such as credit-rating agencies. To increase the chances of acceptance, ideally, you will have a good credit history – (no late payments, CCJ’s, etc.) – and meet the following minimum criteria:
- Be over 18 years of age
- Be working at least 16 hours per week
- Have 3 years of UK address history
If you have any further questions, do please phone us at The Gallery on 01604 713743 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to answer any questions you might have. Alternatively, pop into our Gallery and we can process your application while you wait
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