Quickly borrow a small amount with a mini loan

Do you ever have that? You are suddenly out of money in the middle of the month and you still need real money to be able to pay. Or maybe you have a dinner party with friends and of course you want to be able to pay your own share. With a small amount of money quickly borrowing with a mini loan you ensure that you have money back in your account within 24 hours and that you can simply withdraw again without smoke from the ATM. Read more below about applications, conditions and amounts you can request.

Quickly borrow a small amount with a mini loan

Quickly borrow a small amount with a mini loan

Well you can borrow a small amount up to a maximum of 800 euros. With approval you have that quickly on your account, with fast on your account I will talk about it within 24 hours. It is also possible on the same day, but you have to request it very early in the morning so that you are the first when the company opens. The minimum amount you can request is 100 euros and everything else in between. So € 100, € 200, € 300, € 400, € 500, € 600, € 700, and finally € 800. Half amounts of, for example, € 350 are unfortunately not permitted. 

Why borrow a small amount?

Why borrow a small amount?

A small amount can, in contrast to a substantial amount such as you get with a personal loan, help you to have some money at your disposal quickly. Unlike in the case of injured loans, you cannot pay back in installments, but the full amount must be transferred to the lender in one go. This may seem a bit tricky, but on the other hand you get rid of it right away and you can go there again for a request next time. If, of course, you repay the amount borrowed on time. borrowing money as a matter of urgency is therefore justified in this case.

Is it familiar?

Is it familiar?

The companies that are involved in providing small loans, or advances, must have a license from the afm before they can grant these loans in the Netherlands. So you know when you apply for a permit in the Netherlands. you can also always see on the provider’s website under which license number it operates. If in doubt, you can still consult the website of the afm yourself and then enter the name of the provider.