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Absa Express Loan

Last Updated: June 21st, 2018
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Absa Express Loan

Do you need money for a retail therapy or emergency? Maybe you want it for a short period of time, Absa express loan is exactly what you’ve been looking for.

Absa offers short term loan known as “express loan” between R1 500 to R8 000. The loan is offered at the best affordable interest rate.

A little bit about Absa, you probably know about this already:

Absa is a South African financial service provider. The bank is authorised by the National Credit Provider which allows them to provide financial service like personal banking, loans, investments and so on to the residents.

Here are some benefits of getting Absa Express Loan

The express loan is provided within flexible repayment period of up to 6 months. Their payments are fixed which allows clients to have peace of mind knowing they will not be affected by the fluctuation of interest rate in the country.

Getting short term loans and paying them on time helps build a good credit record.

As an Absa client, you could get a Credit Protection Plan that protects you during times when you are unable to pay back the loan or your credit. It can be times of death, retrenchment, disability and so on, where you are unable to provide money to pay for your monthly installments.

Here’s to what is needed to start with the application

You need to be over the age of 18 with a valid South African ID document. You must be having an income of at least R1 500 and have a bank account that is active for over 3 months (the account can be from Absa or any other bank).

You need to provide a proof of address along with your latest payslip or bank statement.

Applying for Absa express loan is quick and easy,

How can you get the loan?

You can apply for Absa Express Loan online at www.absa.co.za. Or visit any of their branches to start with the application.

Find out more about Absa loans by:

Calling 0860 100 372 or you can visit any of their nearest branches and speak to one of their friendly consultants or visit their website on www.absa.co.za.