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You can see how rolling over loans can lead to you paying much more than you initially borrowed. If you’re considering a payday loan but are worried about being able to pay it back, look into an installment loan. These tend to have smaller payments spread out over a longer time period. You can also work on improving your credit to become eligible for personal loans or credit cards, which have lower rates and monthly minimum payments.
Instant loans (also called Cash advance loans) are short term loans usually taken by borrowers that need cash immediately or under emergency conditions. Often, the borrowers do not need collateral or even a formal application. The loans are, however, for small amounts of money – usually up to Ksh 100,000. Due to the risk faced by the loan provider, the finance fee for this type of loan can go as high as 50% and monies must be remitted at the end of a one to three-week period.
Finance Buddha Insta loan facility works in a very efficient way. The borrower has to apply for the Insta Loan through the Finance Buddha portal. The borrower has to fill an easy application form which will include information regarding your personal details. You details will be processed by our proprietary algorithm, and you will get eApproval within 2 hours of applying. If you are eligible then you will be informed via call or msg. and you would be required to upload your documents online. Once we receive all the documents, your loan application will be processed and disbursed within 24 hours.
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