DMI Finance partners with Google Pay, now digital wallet users will get a loan of Rs 1 lakh
DMI Finance Private Limited (DMI) has announced the launch of Personal Loans on Google Pay. Under this service, Google Pay users will get personal loans. DMI believes that this will greatly benefit the users.
DMI Finance Private Limited DMI has partnered with Google Pay. Under this partnership, personal loans have been announced for Google Pay users. Under this service, Google Pay users will get personal loans. DMI believes that this will greatly benefit the users. Users will have their applications processed in real time with access to funds in their bank accounts.
Users will get a loan of Rs 1 lakh:
According to DMI, under this service, Google Pay users will get a loan of Rs 1 lakh, which will have to be repaid in 36 months. People of the area of more than 15 thousand will get the benefit of this service.
Shivashish Chatterjee, Joint MD and Co-Founder, DMI Finance said, “We are very happy to introduce personal loan service for Google Pay users. He further added that our teams have worked together to bring transparent and seamless credit to millions of Google Pay users. We look forward to growing this new partnership in the years to come and making the promise of financial inclusion a reality for many millions of people.
Sajith Sivanandan, Head of Google APAC, LatAm, Africa, NBU and EMEA, said, “We are very excited to collaborate with DMI Finance to make this possible for Google Pay users, as it fulfills the promise of technology-enabled financial inclusion. does.
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