Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], Dec 20 (ANI / BusinessWire India): One of the leading finance institutions in India, Fullerton India made the lending process instant in just four clicks!
NBFC has taken advantage of digitization to facilitate the loan application process through its instant loan app and website. The lender’s online portal also offers self-help tools such as a personal loan eligibility calculator and EMI calculators where borrowers can calculate their monthly EMI payment and the maximum loan amount they can qualify for based on their eligibility. The tools are easy to use and the results are as quick as their instant personal loans.
Fullerton India is a leading NBFC that has been operating since 2007, and the lender currently has around 629 * branches across India. The NBFC has several tailor-made solutions to meet your financial needs and offers financial assistance for all purposes.
You can easily avail loan amounts up to Rs 25 lakhs with Fullerton personal loan India at an attractive interest rate of 11.99% per annum. You can choose to repay the loan between 1 and 5 years.
How to get Fullerton India personal loan in just 4 clicks?
There are two ways you can apply for a personal loan.
1. By visiting the official website of Fullerton India
2. Installation of the Fullerton India Instaloan mobile application from the Play Store or the App Store (for salaried borrowers only).
When you arrive on the home page, go to the personal loan section and click on the “Apply now” button. You will be redirected to the online loan application form, where you will need to choose your job type and register using your mobile number.
Once you have verified your cell phone number through an OTP verification, the page will take you to the next step, where you will need to enter your loan amount and repayment term. It is recommended that you calculate an appropriate tenure period beforehand using the EMI Personal Loan Calculator. Quickly understanding the affordability of your loan with this tool will help you make an informed decision before proceeding with the loan.
In the next step, the page will redirect you to fill in your personal information. Enter all the details correctly and go to the next step. On the next page, you will be asked to download the documents below required for a personal loan which are:
* PAN and proof of identity
* Proof of address
* Proof of age
* Pay slip for the last three months if you are a salaried professional
* Latest six-month bank statements
* Proof of income and financial statements for independent professionals
Gathering these documents in advance will quickly guide you through the loan process. Once these documents have been downloaded, you will also be asked to enter your business details and your bank account number to transfer the loan amount if it is sanctioned. Once you submit this information, the app will immediately notify you of your loan eligibility and the next step in the process.
If you are eligible, the app or website will provide you with a tracking ID to track your claim. The request will be digitally verified promptly and Fullerton India customer service representatives will contact you to continue the process. Shortly after this process, the loan will be sanctioned and you will receive the amount in your bank account within 30 minutes of approval.
Digital loans are paperless and convenient. You can easily get financial aid from the comfort of your own home without having to wait in long lines and prepare documents. Whether it’s starting a business, traveling abroad on an impulse vacation plan, or planning the wedding of your dreams, it’s never too late to get the funds if you have the Fullerton India Instaloan app in the hand.
For more information,
Contact: 1800 103 6001
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (every day except Sunday, 4th Saturday of the month and public holidays)
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