Loan in touch starts offering services in Mumbai

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  • ByStartup Story | September 19, 2022

contact loan, a financial services startup based in Pune, started offering its services in Mumbai. With Loan In Touch, one can conveniently obtain loans from the most reputable banks at an unbeatable rate, and all this can be done without leaving the comfort of one’s own home.

Loan in touch is a provider of financial services such as home loans, car loans, student loans, and personal loans. The company was founded in 2015 by Sumeet Pareek. It offers loan services in accordance with the criteria established by the RBI. To obtain loans, the company maintains relationships with reputable and trusted banks, such as SBI and HDFC.

The startup was motivated by a desire to bridge the digital banking gap between consumers and the bank. The company’s first locations were established in various Indian cities including Aurangabad, Pune, Nasik and Nagpur. It is expanding its branches and now has an office in Mumbai. It has plans to grow further in other Indian metropolises including Delhi, Bangalore and Chandigarh.

Summet Pareek, Loan in contact

Loan in touch, a company that has been around for seven years, claims to gather client documents, process loan applications and deposit loan funds in less than 72 hours. They offer services to obtain easy loans from reliable financial institutions at an exceptional interest rate from home virtually. The company currently has more than 2,800 loyal customers.

Aditya Gundecha, a satisfied customer, said: “When I felt I had nowhere to turn for help, one of my closest friends suddenly suggested Mr. Summet Pareek and his company, Loan In touch. I instantly called them and since then, it seems like there has been a miracle. Every issue was resolved and they were really professional! Thank you!”

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