Fullerton India launches Diwali offer for the Loan Against Property (LAP) product
Bengaluru, 11th October 2017: Fullerton India Credit Company Limited (Fullerton India), a leading non-banking financial company with a strong pan-India presence, is launching a special festive offer on their Loan against Property in Bengaluru, available for a limited period till 26th October, 2017. The offer gives the borrower access to a lucrative 50% waiver on processing fees as well as a 3 EMI refund.
This loancan be availed of, by both salaried and self-employed persons, professionals toSMEs. With the ticket size ranging from Rs. 25 lacs to Rs. 12.5 crores, theoffer can be availed through Fullerton India’s Bengaluru branch located atVijayanagar.
Talkingabout this festive offer, Mr. Rakesh Makkar, ExecutiveVice President and Head – Business, Marketing and CSR, FullertonIndia said, “In our endeavour to bring more people under organised credit, weare pleased to extend customer-friendly offers on our loans. Through our LoanAgainst Property, we help our borrowers realise the unlocked potential of theirproperties. Typically, we have noticed a spike in demand for such loans aheadof the festive season. Hence, we have introduced various offers this seasonwith an aim to enable customers plan their finances and expenses, to thefullest.”
Fullerton India has been committed to improvingcustomer experience through the developments of its digital assets. The companyrecently announced the launch of Fullerton India ASHA – a self-learning chatbot available onFacebook messenger, which provides an interactive medium for customers to apply,submit documentation and receive loan approvals. Bio-metricauthentication processes and transaction devices are some of the other uniqueinitiatives introduced by the company in India. Mr. Makkar added, “At FullertonIndia, we focus heavily on introducing various digital solutions to offersuperior customer experience. Along with the offline modes, customers can alsoavail loans from us through our various digital platforms.”