• Industry: SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: 50 PLN
  • Country: Poland

Finansowo.pl

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Finansowo.pl is a project introducing the idea of ​​"social lending" to the Polish market. In the simplest terms, our service enables the granting of loans between individuals without intermediation of banks - offering customers speed, simplicity and convenience.

We believe that these types of projects are the future of banking.

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