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Six months you can not pay interest on the loan at the Post Bank

Six months you can not pay interest on the loan at the Post Bank

Customers of Post Bank may not pay interest on the loan within six months. The bank launched the “Zero Doubts” campaign for cash loans.

According to the press service of the credit organization, customers are provided with an interest-free period of six months, during which the loan rate is 0%, and the payment is reduced to a minimum value of 0,5% of the initial loan amount. You can become a participant in the “Zero Doubts” campaign, even if you already have a loan.

After six months, the borrower will continue to make standard monthly payments, their size will not increase. Post Bank customers have the option of early repayment of the loan without interest.

According to Grigory Babadzhanyan, Product and Technology Director of Post Bank, the opportunity to postpone the payment of interest on a loan is especially relevant today, given the decline in income and purchasing power after the pandemic.

The new program makes it possible to get a loan now, and transfer the main payments for six months, reducing the burden on your budget and significantly saving on interest.

A loan with an interest-free period is relevant for businessmen who want to restore and develop their business after a crisis period. In addition, the “Zero Doubt” program is also valid for refinancing loans taken from other banks. It will be interesting to those who applied for a loan earlier, but did not take advantage of the credit holidays.

“Zero doubts” allows you to get a cash loan of up to three million rubles for up to 60 months. You can connect the option yourself online, through your personal account, as well as in bank branches and by phone.

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