Lending Mate Reviews and Ratings

Lending Mate

LendingMate offers credit constrained Canadians the opportunity to qualify for the financing they need with the help of a guarantor. Their fast and straightforward online application allows consumers to apply for up to $10,000 and their flexible policies mean you’ll have peace of mind that you’ll be treated like family.

A LendingMate guarantor loan is particularly beneficial for those consumers who:

  • Have bad credit
  • Have no credit
  • Are self-employed
  • Have gone through past financial issues

No Credit Needed

LendingMate has built their company around an old-fashioned idea, trust. Find someone who trusts you to guarantee your loan and it won’t matter what your credit looks like.

 

Business Hours
Monday-Friday: 9am to 6pm (EST)

Support Offered
Email Support Call Center

Services Offered

Conditions & Rates


  • Interest rate:
    43%
  • Amount:
    $2,000 – $10,000
  • Term:
    12 – 60 Months

Eligibility & Documents


  • Who is eligible:
    Canadian citizen or permanent resident
    Must of age in your province
    To apply for a Lending Mate loan, both the borrower and guarantor will need to fill in a short application form
  • What you need to provide:
    Borrower
    Government issued ID
    Bank statements (if required)
    Guarantor
    Government issued ID
    Proof of home ownership documents (if applicable)

Repayment & Issuance


  • How fast can you get the money
    Within 48 hours
  • Funding method
    Direct Deposit
  • How does repayment work
    Monthly payments from bank account

Reviews & Ratings

Pretty awesome they don’t check your credit score. Had to have a guarantor but it was super easy. Very happy with the service!

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