Is peer-to-peer lending a solution?

Are you looking for a P2P lending in Switzerland? We can offer you a flexible alternative with great conditions! Loans up to 300,000 CHF.
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Are you looking for a peer-to-peer lending in Switzerland? This alternative to get a credit is not so common in Switzerland but very popular in some countries. In P2P lending, you can get a credit from another person via an online auction.

Where to do P2P lending?

In Switzerland, there is only one platform to borrow some money from particulars. Even if the site if safe, it doesn't let you a lot of choice to choose the loan modalities. You just have to accept what is offered.

More flexible?

In peer-to-peer lending, the loan conditions change a lot from a lender to another. It seems to be a much more flexible alternative than a normal credit but the average rate is actually higher than with banks in general. Indeed, high offers are usually taken first.

What is the difference?

The biggest difference in getting a P2P lending instead of requesting a loan from a bank, is that the borrower sets the highest interest rate he is ready to pay. Also, there is no fixed maximal or minimal amount. Consider the following aspects too:

Get a safe credit with Credit-service!

We advise you to always have a direct contact who can compare offers for you and find the lowest interest rate according to your situation! At Credit-service, we have simple procedures, and a fast treatment! If you are looking for a secured loan in all simplicity, make a free and non-binding request here!

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Lending a loan is forbidden if it leads to over-indebtedness of the consumer (Art, 3 of Swiss LCD). Calculation example: a 10,000 Chf loan with an interest rate of 5.90% to 9.90% gives a total cost for 12 months of 313 to 520 Chf