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Wednesday, 24 February 2016
For most of the people living in Delhi/ NCR, Rs. 60,000 may not be a huge amount. But for someone whose mother has to be operated, falling short of such an amount, even after putting in all his savings, this amount can be HUGE!
Such was the case with one of our borrowers. The person living in Ghaziabad (a suburb of Delhi) and working in a private limited company wanted an amount of Rs. 60,000 for 6 months for his mother’s operation.
On successful registration of the case on our platform, our lender reviewed the case and funded him in approx. 2 hours – that’s all it took for the person to be able to have the confidence that his mother would be operated successfully and would be discharged.
It doesn’t take much from an individual to lend a helping hand and feel good about it.
We, through our platform, would like to work with such borrowers who are genuinely in need and fulfill their requirements
About Rohan Hazrati
Rohan is the Founder of the Peer-to-Peer lending platform Rupaiyaexchange.
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