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Hola Credito will help you in a bad situation

By Tuesday, 06 October 2015 10:48 0

IT’S a new month and with that turn of the calendar comes a whole new wave of bills. Power, rent, car - it can all be so overwhelming. Luckily you have a friend - and they would love to help!

Spain’s leading short term lender Hola Credito (www.holacredito.com) is your best friend when new bills pop up.

They can use the power they have gained though years of helping people just like you get out from behind financial obstacles they never thought they would escape. And because they are not a bank or traditional lending institution they can offer a level of flexibility when repayment comes due that no one else can. With interest that is calculated by the day you can pay back the loan at your speed and budget.

Simply bring anything of great value to the professionals at Hola Credito, either by appointment in person or via their website noted above. An experienced and helpful member of the team will assess the item and once they appraise it, you will have cash in hand or wired to a bank account within 30 minutes in some cases.

And again, when repayment comes due Hola Credito will work with you and find a comfortable rate of return. With a loan this easy you would be silly not to take advantage of the amazing offer your friends at Hola Credito are making. Let them help you make the most of a bad situation.

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