Good evening all, I trust you are well this evening.
Today I received two mails from Finchoice & Capfin. Both of them say I owe R1 164.40 & R1 064.40 respectively.
To give you an idea of where my frustration stems from, I have never in my life applied for a loan from anyone not even the banks...
So, "hypothetical" situation/scoping out.
I'm currently a student, with no real income or credit record, with plans to study at least another two years for an IT NQF9 masters.
My mother is nearing retirement age, with enough fixed assets in South Africa to pay for the full worth of the bond...
I am having issues with a financial institution(call it institution A) regarding a personal loan that I took up with them.
I had this loan and have been paying it for almost a year.
I then decided to take up a consolidation loan with another financial institution.
I proceeded to...
I own a house that i bought cash and I have the title deeds. Can anyone assist where can i get a loan using the title deeds as security. I have tried the bank and they rejected because my business doesn't have regular income coming in. I am Also a foreigner in South AFrica with valid...
I have sent several e-mails to the banks of which so far I haven't got a response except one Std Bank requiring me to visit their branch therefore since time is not abundant on my side I'd like to know how does one get finance for a motorhome/RV?
I hear interest is dependent on individual profile. How exactly do banks calculate interest rate for car finance or any other loan? What exactly are they adding and adding and more adding to arrive at individual interest rate?
Good Day Fellow MYBB'ers
I am in need of some financial advice and guidance.
So here is the situation...
So last year I bought a car from a dealer, last week I had a look on what is still owed and i saw that it is about R250 000 still that needs to be paid, I currently pay R4000 a month...
If someone could assist with legal advice I would appreciate it to aid me in taking the next step forward. I applied for a loan on Loan--- but didn't forward any information for the next step to process it. Anyway while applying, unknown to me I was also applying for their "service package"...
Hi there, can anyone please tell me where I can get the best interest rate currently for a personal loan? I've tried looking with the banks online calculators but they don't all have interest rates clearly available.
Thanks so much :)
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I was just wondering if anyone has used the RAINFIN site to successfully borrow or lend money?
It seems like a great concept and also very popular overseas.
I don't see a lot of advertising though.
I'm doing some research on Home Loans and what banks are the best and easiest to get the process going ?
So far its shocking:
Fill in forms all you like ! No one calls you back !
You can't fill in the home loan form if you NOT on a WINDOWS PC !!!!
Is it compulsory to take life insurance with a personal loan? Is this bundling allowed with the CPA?
About a year and a half ago Nedbank told me it was compulsory even if I have multiple other life insurance policies.
The monthly premium I am being charged is a fixed rate that doesn't even...
So here is a bit of a brain teaser for you.
I have about R80k available in my access bond and was wondering if I should use it to settle my car finance? I currently pay R2.3k a month on the car and still have R98k outstanding. The settlement amount is R79k.
I know that settling will result...
Anyone know who the better loan providers are? I've tried the high street banks .. all incompetent. Someone mentioned DirectAxis http://www.directaxis.co.za is ok .. does anyone have any experiences of them? I see they've got some decent info on their website which makes a nice change.
It's bad enough that even though you are an existing client for more than 20 years when you want to get a re-advance on your home loan you basically have to apply from scratch.
Our church has been with FNB for more than 20 years. We have a good relationship with our local branch. We have...