Salary Advance with EarlySalary
Loan upto ₹ 5,00,000
For Salaried Professionals with Minimum Salary ₹18,000/month
Flexible EMI Tenure - 90 - 730 Days
Interest Rate - 24-20% per annum
Pay Just ₹ 9/day*
As the term suggested, this is a type of loan which is applicable for salaried professionals. Where salaried people can get loans easily by applying online application form.
What differentiates EarlySalary from other loans, is the ease and speed with which salary advance is credited. This is in contrast to traditional credit options - that can often take days (or weeks) to get approved, often negating the idea of a salary advance in the first place. Much of this speed and ease of access depends on the source of your advance, and if you're the one who prefers it instant - look no further than EarlySalary.
How to Apply for Personal Loan
Not just cash, you can use your EarlySalary limit to do more.
Must be a Salaried-employee with in hand salary ₹ 18,000 (Metro Cities) & 15,000 for (Non-Metros)
Must Be above 21 years & Below 55 years of age
Must be a resident of India
3 Month Salary Slip ( PDF) - Not mandatory for all customer
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