Manappuram Gold Loan
GET THE CHEAPEST GOLD LOAN IN JUST 5 MINUTES
Call us on 600 11 600 (Single Number across 18 Cities)
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Manappuram Finance Limited is a non banking financial company (NBFC), established in 1949 in a coastal village, Valapad in the district of Thrissur. It has over 3180+ branches across 25 states. The main purpose of Manappuram Finance Company is to provide instant loan against gold. Gold Loan is basically taken to overcome short term requirements of a person.
Why Manapurram gold loan?
- Lowest Rate of Interest.
- Quick disbursal.
- No credit check or salary criteria.
- Simple documentation.
- 100% security of your precious asset.
- Less processing charges.
- No hidden charges.
|Gold Loan Scheme||Loan Tenure / Period||Rate of Interest (p.a.)|
|TrueValue Loan||12 months||
12.5 % to 15.5 %
Documents Required for Gold Loan
- Proof of Identity: Passport Copy/ Voters ID card/ Driving License.
- Address Proof: Ration card/ Tel, Electricity Bill/ Rental bill/ Passport copy/Trade license /Shop & Est. License/Sales Tax certificate.
- Signature Proof: Passport Copy/Driving License/Banker's verification/cheque.
- 2 passport size photographs.
Manapurram gold loan Procedure
- First of all, Apply online for loan against gold.
- Afterwards, borrower will have to submit an application form along with his / her valuable Gold asset.
- Then the bank will evaluate the real value of your Gold in terms of its purity and weight.
- Finally the Loan is sanctioned to the applicant after checking the genuineness of the asset provided.
- The whole Gold Loan process takes around.
* For any assistance regarding Gold Loan, call us on 600 11 600, our trained Relationship Managers will provide you best information.
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