Can I borrow directly over the mobile?

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You can easily take out a loan over your mobile

You can easily take out a loan over your mobile

Until July 1, 2014, NemID was based on Java. This meant that all services, typically public, were unavailable on mobile and tablet. The same was true of many loans. You could use our features over the phone but not sign a loan agreement. Fortunately, the new NemID rules have changed that. Today you can easily take out a loan over your mobile!

Anywhere, anytime

Anywhere, anytime

The measure means that it has never been easier to borrow money! You can borrow whatever you are on the move or sit at home in the living room. So you can borrow money five minutes after you get a fine, see an attractive offer or come out from the dentist with a more expensive bill than expected. All you need is your smartphone and your NemID .

For example, you do not depend on a laptop when you want to borrow money. This, coupled with a quick application process, provides freedom and flexibility in your finances. It may be needed if you are in a tight month. Mobile loans can thus be a good loan option for those who need extra money here and now.

While it’s never been easier to borrow, it’s not necessarily the right solution. All loans are debt, so we recommend that you consider your financial situation before taking out loans. A personal assessment of your finances is important because it indicates whether you really have the opportunity to repay your loan in a relatively short time. That is why it is also important that you are honest with yourself so that you are not suddenly in a difficult situation.

Loan over mobile today

Loan over mobile today

If you know that you have the money in the foreseeable future, we offer initial loans with 50% for up to 30 days. This means that you can borrow up to USD 6,000 at half price if you have not borrowed from us before.

We work with three types of costs; principal , interest and fees . The fact that the first loan is at 50% for up to 30 days means that you only have to pay half the interest you would otherwise have had to pay.

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