We are a trustworthy and diligent Nordic fintech company. We pay close attention to the financial needs and profile of every one of our customers. Each loan decision is always evaluated on an individual basis.
Select a loan according to your needs. We offer the affordable Saldo Loan as well as the flexible Saldo Limit.
Once you have chosen a suitable loan, you’ll need to fill in the loan application. You can apply online and the process takes only 5 minutes.
You’ll get the decision on the loan immediately after filling in the application. If needed, you can receive the money in your bank account straight away (between 7am and 11pm).
We’ve extended loans to hundreds of thousands of customers over the past 10+ years. Our goal remains to offer flexible loan services that meet the needs of customers from all walks of life. We can provide you with loans to cover everyday expenses, no matter how large or small.
Our loans are highly personalised, with every detail tailored to your individual financial situation. You can get an affordable loan for practically any situation from our versatile range of loans.
The application is fast and easy to complete. We don’t require income statements or other guarantees. We’ll give you a decision on your loan application immediately and the facility will be available for you straight away.
As a valued customer, you’ll gain access to our MySaldo -service which you can use to manage your loans. Our services are easily accessible via MySaldo.
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