Author: Wayne Hansen

Credit despite Social Welfare

   In the case of a so-called Social Welfare credit, recipients of social benefits, in this case unemployment benefit 2, are also to be given the opportunity to extend their financial leeway through a loan. Where do you get a Social Welfare? The loan itself is based on the interest rate but also on the…

Quick Credit – Fast Business Loans

Recalling that fast credit on the Internet came to Latvia just before the start of the financial crisis – in 2007 – but tracing its spread, it can be concluded that it was quite popular even before the financial crisis. And yet, many attribute the boom in fast credit to the financial crisis, and there…

Credit without bank

If either the house is to be financed, or a short financial bottleneck has to be bridged, then the bank is the first port of call. After all, the bank is the most popular place when it comes to credit. She can provide advice and provide the best conditions. But it’s usually not that easy.…

Credit for two persons

A loan for two people has many advantages. The income of both persons are added together. As a result, the credit rating can be improved with the consequence that higher loan amounts can be absorbed and higher repayment installments can be paid. In particular, spouses and partners in joint purchases consider putting together a loan…

Why are BAR-listed loans more expensive?

You’ve probably noticed, as you browse through the listings for BAR listers, that they look a little more expensive than “traditional” loan offers. Well, this is indeed the case, and we’ll explain why in our article below. Let’s start with the BAR Now known as the KHR list. The purpose of the Central Credit Information…

Credit without processing fee

The no-processing-fee loan is not just the norm, but the only form of credit allowed. The admissibility of a processing fee to be paid in addition to the nominal interest rate was disputed in court for several years before the Federal Court of Justice definitively prohibited its collection in May 2014. It had already been…