|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|Simplylife - Salary Transfer Loans||Minimum Salary: AED 5,000||Salary Transfer: Yes||Islamic Finance: No||Maximum Term: 4 Years||Flat Rate: 4.36%||Reducing Rate: 7.99%|
Don't let life's special moments pass you by. After all, some of them are once-in-a-lifetime occasions. Our personal loans cover just about everything that brings you happiness and joy, a family visit back home, building your business, your child’s education or wedding and much more. We even have a priority call-back service in case of emergencies.
We believe in responsible lending and don't charge extra fees for early settlement of your loan.
- Priority processing and simple eligibility
- Transfer your salary to enjoy special rates and loans of up to AED 500,000
- Enjoy flexible repayment tenures of up to 48 months
- No extra charges if you settle the loan early from your own funds
- Attractive interest rates starting from 7.99% reducing or 4.36% flat P.A.
- Application Form
- Passport copy
- Labour Card / Government issued ID card copy
- Emirates ID card copy
- Salary Certificate
- Salary Transfer/Assignment Letter (if applicable)
- 3/6 months bank statement (personal)
- Age criteria: Starting 21 years & 65 years at completion
- Salary needs to be transferred to ADCB
- Minimum loan amount is AED 15,000 & it can go up to AED 500,000
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