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Tuesday, 23 February 2016
There are times when you make that a last minute expense or an exigency hits you – these are times when you need some financial help albeit for a very short duration. You know that you can cover up when your salary hits your account in the subsequent month.
What do you do in such cases – run to family members or borrow from friends?
While the above is a reality, we thought why not make it a little formal.
This is where Payday loans come in. Simply put these are short term loans which start from ‘few days’ to a couple of months. Generally these are to bridge the short term mismatch between income and expenses.
While from a borrowers’ perspective it helps tide over that rough patch, from a lenders’ perspective this a perfect solution to park his money for a very short duration and earn a higher income on this money.
RupaiyaExchange offers PayDay loans starting from 5 days upto 60 days with an amount upto Rs. 50,000.
So next time you face a temporary mismatch in your finances – just click https://www.rupaiyaexchange.com/
About Rohan Hazrati
Rohan is the Founder of the Peer-to-Peer lending platform Rupaiyaexchange.
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