After World War II, a massive increase in global consumption has taken place in the world. People's constant focus on consuming something has begun to be interrupted in some cases by their inability to have sufficient financial strength. At this point, people have sought different financial supports to meet their needs. Thus, contracts have been started to be made for credits, which include cash and other financial lending methods. Consumers who seek to engage in a contractual relationship for their personal needs and who are borrowers of the agreement need to be protected by law in order to strengthen their position against creditors, who have more knowledge and experience than consumers within consumer credit agreements. English Law was one of the first legal systems that secured this state of protection by law. Since it is one of the first regulations in this field, this study aims to explain the general definition and scope of consumer credit agreements in English Law, and accordingly, to discuss the aim of consumer protection in consumer credit agreements by making a general assessment based on the approach of Turkish Law in this field.