• Industry: SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €25
  • Country: Slovakia

Zltymelon

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Yellow Melon is a collective lending portal which, through financial innovation and the omission of unnecessary intermediaries, allows people to obtain a loan on more favorable terms or to increase their money's value much higher. Yellow Melon was established in Slovakia and has been operating successfully since the end of 2012.

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