Whatever the loan is for, take it from Tarya
People have many needs that a loan could help them fulfill, and many places to borrow from. To ensure a simple, fast, and fair borrowing process, make sure you take the loan from a responsible credit provider.
Tarya employs a social values approach to extend credit to qualified borrowers capable of meeting the monthly payments, using first-rate collateral. Tarya’s strict underwriting policy filters out borrowers with strong repayment capacity to allow investors to invest in low-risk loans.
Why opt for Tarya’s social loan?
What are the main reasons people take loans?
Getting the most out of responsible credit
Available via a fast and straightforward process, anywhere and anytime.
Apply for a loan-
5 minutes and you’re done
A careful underwriting check-
to ensure you get responsible credit
As soon as you clear the underwriting,
you receive an agreement that lists the loan’s terms
Getting the money
directly in your bank account
One more thing
Only one out of ten applicants get their loans approved with Tarya thanks to our proprietary, strict underwriting policy. When we approve a loan application, we know the person behind it will be able to meet the monthly repayment obligations.
How much will it cost you?
The fees and interest are calculated according to the loan’s amount.
The processing and handling of the loan involve a setup fee. The interest rate is determined by a proprietary Tarya algorithm, which estimates the risk involved.
Both the fees and the interest depend on the loan’s amount, duration, and borrower’s rating.
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