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Indian Overseas Bank is the major bank having main headquater at Chennai with ISO certified in house Information Technology Department.IOB deals with different products like savings, visa card,loans, investements and many more.IOB is one of  the bank that Govt of India has approved for online payment of taxes.

 

What is India Overseas Bank Personal Loan?

Indian Overseas Bank provides Personal Loan to its customers to help people in accommodating their personal as well as economical needs.Indian Overseas Bank Personal Loan provides best facilities to its customers.A person can use IOb Personal Loan to deal with many financua issues like debt consolidation, medical emergencies and many more.

 

 

Personal Loan Interest Rates

 

Documents & Eligibility Criteria for Personal Loan Features and Benefits of Personal Loan

 

 

 

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Highlights: Indian Overseas Bank Personal Loan (IOB Personal Loan)

 

Salaried

Self Employed

Loan Scheme

Personal loan

Personal loan

Loan Type

Term Loan

Term Loan

Loan Amount

Min. - Rs 50000
Max. - Rs 1000000

Min. - Rs 50000
Max. - Rs 300000

Tenure

Min. - 12 months.
Max. - 48 months.

Min. - 12 months.
Max. - 48 months.

Time to Process Loan

7 days

7 days

 

 

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Fees and Interest rates: Indian Overseas Bank Personal loan
 

 

                                            

 

Salaried

Self Employed

Processing Fee

1 %

1 %

Interest Rates

 

Min. - 15.75 %
Max. - 15.75 %

 

Min. - 15.75 %
Max. - 15.75 %

 

 

 



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