Two Wheeler Loan Calicut

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Two Wheeler Loan CalicutIf getting a bike is a need or even a passion for you and you do not have the money to get it, Two Wheeler Loan Calicut will get you the necessary help that you require. The borrower can take up money so that the bike that he wants to buy can be financed.

Interest Rates and Charges : 12.90%

 

Affordable

 

  • Simple and Hassle free
  • Easy to pay back
  • Flexibility of payment
  • Speedy Approval in 4 hours
  • Minimum Documentation
  • Attractive Interest Rates

 

 

Minimum age : 21 years

 

  • Maximum age at loan maturity: 65 years
  • Minimum employment: For Salaried 1 year in current employment and minimum 2 years of employment / For Self- Employed at least 3 years in business
  • Minimum Annual IncomeFor Salaried Rs 84000 net annual income / For Self- Employed Rs. 72,000/- p.a.
  • Telephone: Must at residence.

 

Proof of Identity: Passport copy, PAN Card, Voters ID card, Driving License ( Laminated, Recent, Legible)

 

  • Income ProofFor Salaried Latest salary slip with form 16 / For Self- Employed Latest ITR
  • Address Proof: Ration card / Driving license / Voters card / Passport Copy / Telephone Bill / Electricity Bill / Life Insurance Policy PAN Card
  • Bank Statement: Last 6 months

 

Kozhikode, earlier called Calicut was the traditional capital of Northern Kerala under the Samuthiri rule. Calicut, the most significant city of the Malabar province of Kerala, was a leading trading hub for spices on the West Coast of India during the medieval time.

 


 

 

 

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