We would ask for the following:
Loan amount is between Php10,000 up to Php30,000 and can be payable up to 3 months depending on our credit analysis of an individual and the net pay you receive every payday based on the last 4 payslips.
Interest rate is 10% per month.
Global CreditPros uses a proprietary software. This is our secret “sauce” that helps us rate an applicant’s credit worthiness. Once you are pre-approved by our system, we then check your documents (specially your payslips) to help provide the best loan option for you. This ensures we keep you safe with your ability to pay off the loan without impacting the quality of your life.
If you are not approved you can re-apply in 3 months for another review.
For first timers, up to Php15k. For repeat borrowers, we can go up to Php30k depending on your payslips.
Yes. These documents will help validate that you are serious with your application. With the information about you attached in your profile, we can expedite the evaluation of your loan.
Any type of bill that shows the applicant’s name with their current address. This document will help us establish your residence which is a critical piece in the approval process. If the applicant cannot provide a bill that bears his/her name, they can submit a Barangay Clearance in lieu of the Proof of billing.
Yes. This will be disclosed in the Loan Agreement contract. You will have the opportunity to review all the terms and conditions of the contract before any final decisions are made from your end.
Yes. There is a penalty for late payment. The details are in the Loan contract agreement that you can review before we finalize the loan.
A reloan is possible if the account is in good standing and has paid 85% of the total due from their existing loan after one successful loan cycle.
Payment can be the following
Once the loan has been approved, and all the documents are complete, you will receive the money straight to your bank account.
Yes, we are fully licensed by the SEC and are compliant to all permits required by law.
Important Notice: The borrower has a right to demand a copy of the disclosure statement.