The Cheapest Non-bank Loan PLN 5000 for 24 months

Are you looking for the cheapest non-bank loan of PLN 5,000 for 12 or 24 months? You do not have to! There is only one answer at the moment … Cryobank!

A lot has recently been going on around the Cryobank brand because not so long ago, the company established close cooperation with DFS bank, thanks to which it gained very large funds for investments in the company. Now, the brand is surprising with another novelty in the form of increasing the existing limit of loans up to PLN 5,000 with the possibility to repay the loan even up to 24 months.

In which company is the cheapest non-bank loan currently available?

In which company is the cheapest non-bank loan currently available?

Recall that until now Cryobank offered rather smaller amounts of loans, initially it was from 1000 to 2000 PLN, later to 3400 PLN and now the limit was raised to 5000 PLN. There would be nothing extraordinary in this, were it not for the fact that the same company offered the cheapest non-bank loan in the amount of PLN 5,000 with a repayment period of 24 months. So if you are looking for such a loan amount and a longer repayment period, it is undoubtedly the Cryobank proposal that will definitely be the most advantageous one on the market.

The new Cryobank offers are just another confirmation that the offers of non-banking companies are getting more and more profitable for potential customers and are becoming more and more closer to the proposal of bank loans. I suppose that some banks offer similar loan installments to those that we find in Cryobank’s offer. In favor of the latter, the additional fact is that we will deal with all formalities related to the loan completely remotely and via the Internet. The waiting time for a loan may not be the fastest because we have to wait for the delivery of the contract by courier, but we can be sure of obtaining the cheapest loan installment among non-bank companies.

As a reminder – we can get a loan at Cryobank if we are already 20 years old (and not more than 80), we receive a fixed documented income in Poland and at the same time we do not have debts recorded in the BIG debt registers. In most cases, no certificates of income are required, and at most an account statement confirming the income obtained.