• Industry: SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €1,000
  • Country: France

Younited Credit

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Younited Credit is a consumer credit platform for French households without a banking intermediary: investors finance private individuals' projects such as the purchase of a vehicle, the financing of a trip or work at home.

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