Minilaenud 2018 eu riigi laenud; laenu finantseerimine

Saamise aegMaksimum summaIntressimäär(%)*Min SummaVanuseline
15 min. € 10000
Taotle Laenu
10 % € 500 18-75 10 p.
15 min. € 2000
Taotle Laenu
16 % € 50 18-70 5-12 p.
15 min. € 2000
Taotle Laenu
24 % € 100 22 - 70 67 kuu
15 min. € 4000
Taotle Laenu
26 % € 500 22-70 12-84 p.
15 min. € 2000
Taotle Laenu
10 % € 300 18-60 90-720 p.

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