Have your circumstances changed since when you initially applied for this loan?

For example, have you experienced serious illness, loss of employment, marital break-down?

Has this change in circumstances resulted in you struggling to make your repayments?

We at Clubmoney appreciate you may be experiencing tough times and we will consider

  • extending the term of your loan and reducing the repayments
  • postponing repayments for a specified period of time or
  • extending the term and postponing your repayments

We at Clubmoney will consider all requests.

Please complete the on-line hardship application form below.

Once submitted we will be in touch within 3 working days to request from you to confirm what has changed in your life. We will ask questions regarding your current source of income, current outgoings, and how much you think you can afford to pay towards your loan. You will also be requested to provide the supporting documentation. This may include for example recent pay-slips, bank-statements, separation certificate, application for Centrelink payments, doctors note.

It must reasonably illustrate to us your financial situation.

We will allow you 21 days to provide the information and return the completed hardship application form.

We are here to help you complete the form and answer any of your queries, a dedicated team can be contacted on -
(03) 8616 9491 or sarah@clubmoney.com.au.

Personal Details

Income and Expenditure Details

*If you are currently employed, we will request evidence of a month’s income to support your employment details listed. This can be in the form of bank statements or pay slips.

*If you are not currently employed we will request from you a employer termination letter and / or a letter from Centrelink confirming you are not employed.


*You will be asked to provide evidence to support this.

Family Details

Reason for applying for hardship



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