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By Friday, 09 October 2015 13:45 0

THE new iPhone is here. Are you looking at your phone and wishing it wasn’t so plain? But then you look at your wallet and see that there just isn’t enough money there to cover the cost of a new phone. Fear not! Hola Credito is here to help.

Hola Credito is Spain’s number one short-term loan leader and based in Puerto Banus. Being local and internet based means a low overhead and a saving that can be passed on to the client in the form of lower rates! Click on their website www.holacredito.

com for personal testimonials from borrowers just like you and the amazing experience they received from Hola Credito.

How does it work? It’s easy! Simple supply Hola Credito with an asset with a worth the same or above the amount you wish to borrow. This can be done in person or via the web by simply sending a photograph of the asset. The great part is that the asset can be almost anything - from luxury cars and boats to designer watches, the options are many!

Once a member of the Hola Credito team verifies the value of the asset the monies can be given cash in hand or wired directly to the client’s bank account. And when it comes time to pay back the loan you can choose to pay it back all at once or spread the payments over the course of a few months.

There are options to fit every budget and situation. So go ahead and reserve your new phone. With the help of Hola Credito anything is possible!

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