How Hola Credito can help at Christmas time

By Euro Weekly News Thursday, 17 December 2015 17:37 0
ASSETS: Held in secure conditions. ASSETS: Held in secure conditions.

AS the saying goes, Christmas comes but once a year – thank God! Apart from the stress of buying gifts, dealing with children and meeting up with different family members, there is the ever present worry about escalating costs and how to afford to the festive season.

One family in particular has taken the very sound step of contacting Hola Credito at an early juncture to put into place an option which would allow them to go through the Christmas period without having to worry about the cost.

 “The first six months of the year were very difficult for my family. I now have a better, new job, but we are still getting our finances back on track.” said the client. “I really want my family to have a great Christmas after a tough six months, so my sister suggested we talk to Hola Credito, and arrange a short term loan.”

The client called Puerto Banus based Hola Credito (www.holacredito.com) and talked  about using his sister’s Cartier watch as security for a short term loan. After emailing pictures of the Cartier Tank Anglaise ladies watch, a short term loan was arranged, and once Hola Credito had received the watch the money was transferred to the client’s bank account. All assets received as securities are held in safe, secure conditions. 

Many other lenders charge loan interest on a weekly or monthly basis but Hola Credito calculates loan interest on a daily basis, so clients only pay for the time they have the loan, and thanks to its low overheads it can offer very competitive interest rates with no extra fees. 

“I was very impressed with the whole Hola Credito process,” said the client. “It was very quick and easy, and I don’t feel I am paying too much for the loan. But best of all my family and I can really enjoy Christmas this year thanks to Hola Credito.”  

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