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    What is an Unsecured Personal Loan?

    To clarify PHUMA PHAMBILI LOAN PRETORIA lends you an amount based on your credit health. Approval is based on your employment status, income stability and ability to repay (budget) and repayment history. Unsecured Personal Loans in general are amortized between 3 – 84 months. Personal Loan amounts in general range from R500 – R350 000. With rates ranging between 11% – 24.5% depending on your loan size. In addition to length of term and our assessment of your credit profile. Personal Loans may be subject to additional fees such as admin fees. Contact our office directly for further information.

    How fast can I get a loan?

    In fact if you have provided us with all the information required. You can receive a loan within 15 minutes of submitting an application.

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    Agreeing to the terms of a loan

    Before you’re given the loan, you will have to agree the terms with the lender. The terms correspondingly emphasize how much money you want to repay each month and how much time you will need to pay back the loan. You may choose to spread out the loan and make smaller repayments over a longer period of time – and if you’re on a budget this may seem like the best thing to do.

    However, taking longer to pay back a loan will probably cost you more overall – even if it seems cheaper to pay back smaller monthly instalments.

    What is a fixed interest loan

    fixed-interest loan – a fixed-interest loan means the interest you agree to when you take out the loan will always stay the same – it is fixed. So you’ll pay the same amount of interest on each repayment you make. This might be a better option if you’re on a tight budget because you’ll never be caught out if rates go up.