Personal loans without a paycheck can simply be obtained with the help of bills. We have redefined the parties involved in this type of financing and discussed the reason why a converted credit can be accepted and a common personal loan could instead be rejected.
The procedure is quite simple and no special income guarantees will be required if not showing ownership of a property or a guarantor that replaces with its own income capacity, those of the applicant.
The parties involved are:
- the debtor – the one who needs money
- the lender – the lender, usually is represented by a credit institution, a finance company or a bank but, in some cases, the loan can also be represented by a private person
- the guarantor – this is not an individual who must necessarily be involved. However, his involvement becomes essential to obtain financing with bills of exchange if the debtor fails with his guarantees to satisfy the creditor’s requests.
The debtor then asks for the money he needs from the creditor. The creditor checks whether the debtor’s guarantees are sufficient, if the loan is successful, the loan will be requested and, if not, it will require the participation of a guarantor. When the money is disbursed, the debtor signs the bills and in doing so undertakes to pay them within their due date.
When it is better to ask for a loan that has been changed
The loan with bills of exchange, as already mentioned above, is also defined as a personal loan without a paycheck as it is not necessary for the debtor to be in possession of a demonstrable income. Funding can therefore also be granted to those who do not receive any kind of income and consequently also to those who have unresolved financial problems, such as bad payers and protestors.
Funding with bills of exchange is therefore worth asking for when you are bad payers, protested or without income and you have no way to access your personal loans because every type of request would be automatically rejected.
Why is the converted loan instead accepted?
Unlike traditional loans, through the use of bills of exchange you can get the money required even in the most extreme cases. The reason? The difference lies in the type of guarantee required and the use of bills. Here, the property of a building is provided as security, which, according to the execution of the bill, may be attached in the event of non-payment. In the event that the debtor should therefore prove to be insolvent, the creditor with the help of the competent bodies may take the property used to guarantee the credit granted.