For unexpected costs, try our fast, fair loan service

By Euro Weekly News Friday, 15 January 2016 19:00 0
JEWELLERY: Can be used as security for a loan. JEWELLERY: Can be used as security for a loan.

FAST, fair, and flexible short-term loans for you and your family - that’s the vision of Hola Credito, Spain’s leading short-term loan company.

Whether you’ve had a few unexpected costs to deal with, or have a bumper 2016 lined up, we know that you’re looking for a quick, effective and transparent way of securing the finances you need.

To ensure a simple and speedy service for you, Hola Credito uses personal assets such as jewellery, watches, and high-end cars and boats as security for loans. We don’t do time-consuming credit checks, or require credit references. All you need is a utility bill and a passport or driving licence. 

In fact the entire process is remarkably quick and easy. You can simply email us a photo of your asset ([email protected]), and then our professional team will have a look and provide you with a fair and honest offer. As soon as our office in Puerto Banus has received the asset, your funds will be transferred to your bank account or paid to you cash-in-hand. It’s as simple as that. 

It isn’t just our fast and effective service that distinguishes Hola Credito, we also put your interests first during the entire lending process. Unlike traditional lenders who charge weekly or monthly loan interest, we actually calculate it on a daily basis so you will only ever pay for the time you have the loan. 

So if you are looking for a professional and fair loan provider that you trust, get in touch with us now.  www.holacredito.com

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