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HOW TO ACCESS LOANS IN MINUTES USING FINT





As a Borrower on FINT, you can gain access to Loans at as low as 2% per month. You won't have to manually pay every month because FINT Automatically does the heavy lifting. 

Simply Apply for a loan by answering the FINT Risk Assessment and Investors will fund your loan which can be disbursed when fully funded.

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As a Lender on FINT, you can diversify your portfolio by lending and earning greater returns. FINT carries out KYC, document verifications and provides loan insurance. 

After the loan has been disbursed, FINT Automatically carries out collection on your behalf and deposits in your bank account.

How It Works

For Borrowers

one

Get Your FINT Score

Answer the FINT Risk Assessment for N3,000 and get your lowest eligible rate in minutes.

two

Choose Your Loan Term

Get a fixed term for 3, 6 or 12 months as well as your interest rates. No hidden fees or tricky fine prints.

three

Upload Documents, Be Verified and Get a Loan

We carry out some verification checks on your information. Once you upload the required documents, your loan is visible on the platform for lenders to lend to you..

four

Disburse Your Loan

Once full funded, Pay the 8% commitment fee and your loan will be sent to your bank account.

Qualities You'll Love

Safe and Protected

Borrow with peace of mind. We don't share your sensitive financial details with sellers. And FINT is PCI compliant with fraud management built in.

Customer Support That Cares

Online or on the phone, we're here to help with any queries you may have.

Simple and Convenient

Once you've taken a loan, FINT will take it from there. FINT will automatically carry out monthly repayments on your behalf. No need to do anything.

Reducing Interest Rate

Based on credibility, borrowers are offered the best rate from wide range of interest rates

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