×

Warning

JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 9047

Hola Credito are Spain’s leading short term lender

By Tuesday, 15 September 2015 13:27 0

THE holidays are fast approaching but your bank account doesn’t seem to notice. You work hard for your family and provide them with all they need and now is the time to give them the things that they want. What is a provider to do? Call Hola Credito.

Hola Credito (www.holacredito.com) is here to help you make your family happy. They are Spain’s short term lending leader which means access to cash when you need it. With Hola Credito you can secure a loan with the things you already own. They allow you to pay back over time and there is no traditional credit check.

Here is how it works: Hola Credito, based in Puerto Banus, operates throughout the whole of Spain as well as holding a strong online presence. They accept most anything of value from watches to rings, sports cars to speed boats. Once a Hola Credito team member verifies the worth of the asset and it is received the cash can be wired to any account or given cash in hand if they visit one of the many physical locations offered.

Regardless of how contact is made, the process from submitting the asset to cash in hand is incredibly fast - sometimes within 30 minutes.

And because the loan is private and interest is calculated by the day, the options to pay back the money are flexible and easy to fit into any budget.

So go ahead and get your wife that necklace or your son that new bike. With Hola Credito you can have all of this and more.

Comments (0)

There are no comments posted here yet

Leave your comments

Posting comment as a guest. Sign up or login to your account.
0 Characters
Attachments (0 / 3)
Share Your Location

Poll of the Week

Given the short notice that many passengers received over flight cancellations, do you think Ryanair handled the situation professionally?

Latest Tweets

Have you been harassed by the silent menace? #Tigermosquito #Spain https://t.co/eKmnjPRKkw
#Hailstorm over the weekend left four with #hypothermia https://t.co/LgdwkF0QYh
Look at the size of it! #Barcelona #turtle #beach #Calella https://t.co/KmE4olfOsG
Follow Euro Weekly News on Twitter

Post Gallery

First two days of strike action suspended at Spain’s airports to allow 'space' for talks

Police hold Saudi royals at gunpoint in Marbella

Airport strikes in Spain loom as last-ditch talks scheduled

Juana Rivas faces prison despite handing sons over to father

WATCH: Chris Froome increases La Vuelta a España cycle race lead

EasyJet hoping new hand luggage in the hold option takes off on its flights

Airport strikes in Spain suspended as talks continue

One dead in Malaga road  tunnel car crash

Costa Blanca lashed by summer storms – and you can blame Dana