Dot Loans – Are you in need of some extra cash? If your answer is yes you can turn to Dot Loans for a personal loan. They have a range of finance and loan products which leaves you without any reason to shop around for any kind of finance or loan. Getting a personal loan has never been this easy. They have a panel of lenders and will do all the hard on your behalf in finding the right loan. This saves you on time you would usually spend on trying to compare different lenders.
Different lenders will have different policies but most of Dot Loans’ lenders offer personal loans of up to R250 000. Repayment terms of up to 5 years are given.
It is usually difficult for those that are blacklisted to get and loans or finance. This is not the case with Dot Loans as Blacklisted individuals are welcome to apply for a personal loan. They realise how most lenders make the loan application process complicated. The loan application process has bee made simple and convenient.
Some of the things you could apply for a loan for include medical expenses, school fees, home improvements, wedding expenses or even for a vacation. Once your loan is approved how you use the funds is entirely up to you.
Dot Loans’ lenders are registered with the National Credit Regulator. This will give you peace of mind knowing that all their dealings are regulated. This also means you will not be charged any hidden fees.
Fees and interest is charged in line with the National Credit Act guidelines.
Requirements To Apply For A Personal Loan From Dot Loans
- You must be 18 years or older
- A copy of your South African ID
- 3 Months bank statements
- Latest Payslip
- Proof of Residence
- You must have an active bank account
Application for a personal loan from Dot Loans is done online. This has the benefit of saving you time usually spent in queues at branches. It also means you can apply for a loan from the comfort of your office or home.
Dot Loans Contact Details
For more information on personal loans you can visit their website www.dotloans.co.za or call them on 074 123 8235 / 087 940 3071. If you wish to contact them via email you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org