Loan or Credit

In practice, the terms loan and credit are not really separate. The term “loan” is used in the law, while the term “loan” is used colloquially. In everyday practice, there is usually no difference between loans and credits. In the case of higher sums and longer maturities, the colloquial term “loan” is used more frequently. […]

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Money Borrowers – Credits

Borrowing money has never been easier. The competition in the financial market has done its part and made money flow fast. Until recently, banks and savings and credit unions held primacy until credit institutions emerged ten years ago. They shook the situation as they put the needs of the client in their focus. Each of […]

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I need the money – Loans

Never enough money. The cost of living is increasing day by day, overheads are increasing on a monthly basis, and what has been stagnant for years is wages. The phrase “I need money” can be heard in almost every conversation. It has become so commonplace that no one is surprised to hear it every step […]

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