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African Bank Loans

By Staff Writer

African Bank personal loans are quite popular and from January 10 to February 28 2011, you can get a personal loan from African Bank at 0% interest.

The 0% interest personal loan from African Bank is available to clients who qualify for a loan of up to R10 000 over a 12 month period. There will be no interest charged on this personal loan from African Bank and you don't need pay service fees either. The only fees that will apply with this personal loan from African back is the insurance and initiation fee.

This African Bank personal loan offer is limited to one loan per client and qualifying criteria and normal affordability rules apply. This African Bank personal loan offer is not valid for credit cards or settlement re-advance loans.

African Bank personal loans do have a couple of requirements and if you are looking for a good way to settle some of your holiday debt blues then an African Bank personal loan with zero percent interest could be just the option for you.

However, it is important to remember that if you are struggling with debt and you are looking for a debt consolidation loan, you might not be able to obtain a personal loan from African Bank. If you have a poor credit record, African Bank personal loans probably aren’t the right option for you.

However, if you have a lot of little debts that you pay off each month but you are annoyed with all the little payments you need to make and you want so save on interest then using a zero interest personal loan from African Bank could be a good debt consolidation loan option for you.

Justmoney, however,  does not offer the opportunity to apply for an African Bank personal loan on the website directly.

There are other personal loan options on the Justmoney.co.za site, though, you can apply for a personal loan with Bruma Finance or get a personal loan with Direct Axis.

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