How to Get a LOAN in Just Less 20 minutes
Application is just under 3 minutes, get assessed and get a reply in under 20 minutes or less.
These are the steps that are mostly considered.
1. A user visit the service provider’s online platform.
2. A user completes an application form online
3.The service provider receives the application
4.The service provider check the user’s credit record through ITC
5. The user send proof of income and sometimes proof of residential address.
6. The user then receives the cash loan via internet banking.
Yes, it can be that easy to apply for a quick cash loan. Sometimes, if you send all the documents required, you get your cash the same day or within an hour.
NB: Please note that for you to get a loan, you need not to be over debted. This means that you must be able to repay the loan you are applying for within the stipulated period. But if you are over debted, you can do what is called debt consolidation.
With debt consolidation, you can get a service provider to pay all your debts then you then repay one service provider for the amount they paid for you with some interests.
More car owners switching to less expensive car insurance
Some of the cheaper car insurances decreases the premiums with the decrease in value of the car.
It sounds so logical, but no one had ever thought about it. Well, no one that is, until Gideon Galloway, CEO of King Price, offered car owners the option of decreasing their premiums month by month.
In an interview on Moneyweb, Gideon explained: “It just isn’t fair on car owners. Why should they have to be paying the same premium on their older car as they did when it was brand new?”
“Some insurers say that they’ll review your policy after a few years, but that is solely at their discretion, when they feel like it, and for an amount that they might or might not determine,” Gideon said. “It’s all pretty vague, and as a car owner the odds are stacked against you.”
“With King Price though, these regular decreases are written into your policy.”
How Does It Add Up?
When asked how it makes business sense for them as a company to keep decreasing premiums, his answer was simple, but profound.