Wonga. Dosh. Cash. Wedge. Moola….
Whatever you choose to call it, money makes the world go round (or so the song says) but we all know your world can quickly stop spinning when you have short term cashflow issues and need a quick quid to tide you over until your next payday.
Whether you have a parking fine thats due, a broken down freezer that needs fixing or a leaky roof that needs mending urgently, life has a habit of throwing these obstacles in your way and these things always seem to happen when money is at its tightest.
Don’t despair – mooQuid is here to save the day and get you back on your feet until your next pay packet arrives!
Where Does ‘Wonga’ Come From?
Wonga is often used as a slang term for money in certain parts of the UK. Originally means burning embers and in other european Romani dialects ‘angaar’ still has that meaning. In 18th and 19th century English ‘coal’ also meant money. Wonga is English Romany word for money and has been popularised in recent times by its use in TV ad campaigns such as the the 2009 Envirofone advert where you were told to ‘Send them your old phone for WONGA’ and by its use by wonga.com – one of the most popular payday loan sites who’s deals we compare for you here at mooQuid.com.
So, whatever you need some wonga for, you’ve come to the right place – let us help you find the best deals available today and get some Wonga/Dosh/Cash/Wedge/Moola or whatever you want to call it, into your pocket today!