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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • What is fintech borrowing?

    Fintech, which is used to describe cutting-edge technology that enables financial institutions to provide services more quickly and robustly than traditional banking methods, is itself an innovation in technology. These cutting-edge technologies are used in fintech lending to give people more control over their cash flow. Potential borrowers can now apply for financing options from almost any remote location, encouraging a proactive and independent approach to financing.

  • What is the meaning of fintech?

    FinTech, or financial technology, refers to any new technology that aims to enhance and automate the use of financial services.

  • How does a fintech company lend money?

    Fintech's have made it possible to obtain loans digitally, from the loan application process all the way through to the loan amount being disbursed. Fintech's have made it very simple to access instant loans because of their cutting-edge technological integration, excellent user interfaces, reasonable eligibility requirements, and simple documentation procedures.

    The fintech loan application starts with:

    1. Approval
      Businesses lending fintech loans will go through your credit report, check your eligibility based on certain factors, and then determine whether you will receive a fintech loan.
    2. Online verification
      You can not only apply for a loan online, but you can also upload your supporting documentation and any other necessary details. Your time and effort will be saved because the document verification will be done digitally.
    3. Flexible tenures and loan amounts
      Most of the banks and financial institutions that offer personal loans have a minimum amount of Rs. 50,000 and a minimum term length of 12 months, with an average maximum term length of 60 months. The highest amount cited by the majority of banks is Rs. 25 lakhs, but the maximum amount varies from bank to bank.

    On the other hand, fintech's provide personal loans starting at just Rs. 20,000 with very flexible terms, starting at just 3 months and going up to 60 months.

    Note: Employees of unlisted companies are eligible. If you recently started working for a start-up that is not in the big banks' databases, then fintech's will approve your application based on your CIBIL score.

  • What are the different categories of fintech?

    The most popular types of fintech are:

    1. Digital banking
    2. Payment
    3. Trading and cryptocurrency
    4. Insurance
    5. Lending
  • Can fintech lend loans?

    Yes, fintech companies can provide loans. They have completely changed the entire borrowing process. Fintech's have made it possible to obtain loans without using paper, from the application process all the way through to the disbursal of the loan amount. 

  • What is fintech and how does it work?

    Fintech’s full form is financial technology.
    It's a catch-all term for any technology that’s used to augment, streamline, digitize or disrupt traditional financial services. Fintech speeds up procedures like requesting a credit score report or sending an international money transfer that used to take days, weeks, or even months to complete.  These tasks are now completed in a fraction of the time compared to even five years ago thanks to platforms like Upstart and TransferWise.

  • What is an example of fintech?

    Some of the most prominent fintech loan companies or start-ups in India are Paytm, PhonePe, MobiKwik, PayU,  ETMoney,  PolicyBazaar, LendingKart, etc.

  • How is fintech used in banking?

    In the banking and financial industry, fintech's typically present their services as products, applications, business procedures, and business models.

    Everything has gone digital thanks to fintech's, including the verification procedure. You can not only apply for a loan online, but you can also upload your supporting documentation and any other necessary details. Your documents will be digitally verified, which will save you time and effort.

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