Banks, meeting the expectations of clients who do not have sufficient creditworthiness to repay larger debts, have released free cash loans to the market. Products inspired by popular breaks have a lot of advantages and far outweigh the offers of traditional loan companies. First of all, bank loans for PLN 0 in fact do not bear any hidden costs, such as commission or interest. In addition, you can pay them back longer than a delay, which greatly improves the comfort of borrowers. The installments are tailored to the client individually, allowing him a convenient and flexible repayment of debt. See http://blogcampcee.com/am-i-able-to-use-a-credit-card-for-taxi-fare/ for details
Free Loans of CreditCole and Sadun Bank
CreditCole as one of the first banks offered free cash loans to new customers. The offer, however, was limited in time – lasting until the end of March 2018. A similar offer was also introduced by Sadun Bank. In this bank, a cash loan with a real annual interest rate (APRC) equal to 0% in the amount of 500 PLN to 2000 PLN is awarded for 12 months. The loan does not have any additional costs. It does not require the purchase of insurance. The procedure for getting a loan is very simple. All you have to do is go to one of the bank branches or fill out the free form on the website. After sending the form, a representative of the bank contacts the client (up to 48 hours) to clarify the details. However, it is worth knowing that to use this product you can not currently pay off another liability at the bank.
A low-interest Raiffeisen Bank loan
Worth noting, although slightly different, is for new customers of Raiffeisen Bank. Instead of a free loan, it offers a low-interest loan of up to PLN 4,000 with repayment spread over a period of 6 to 24 months. The APRC of the loan is 2.88%. To illustrate – with a loan of PLN 2,000 with repayment spread over a year, the monthly installment will be only PLN 171.65. The loan application, as in the case of Sadun Bank, can be submitted online, by completing the appropriate form.