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Reddit - Peer-to-Peer Lending US by /u/burtonk2 - 1w ago

Beelend is a Nigerian scam. BEWARE BEWARE BEWARE BEWARE

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For somebody looking for a side hustle that has some extra cash laying around, is this a good/safe/smart idea? i know very little on the subject, but i've been reading about this type of lending and was told you can earn anywhere around 6%-10%. that alone sounds like an easy way to make some extra money, but if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. anybody who has experience doing this type of lending id love to hear about it.

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Www.financially-ai.com is a blog about finacial freedom and the Journey to achieve it.

I show all my investments and thoughts.

Investing in: - P2p investing - Crowd lending - Real Estate lending - Dividend investing - Etf 's , stock investing ect..

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I have used LendingClub for a while but I haven't been buying any new notes because I plan on buying a house and don't want my funds to be locked up for many months. What is the most liquid peer to peer platform? If none of them are very liquid, what platform offers the shortest time loans?

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When I started out investing in peer to peer lending I had no clue what to look for when picking a platform. Starting out everything looks the same and knowing what to look for is not easy.

Here is a short list of things I would look for now i I was starting out.

Buyback / Payback guarantees A variety of loan types, interest rates and duration Auto invest feature (that works) Healthy Secondary market Hidden fees are a red flag

Original source: https://investinginpeertopeerlending.com/how-to-choose-a-p2p-lending-platform-to-invest-in/

Any more suggestions?

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Reddit - Peer-to-Peer Lending US by /u/aussiemoneyman - 4M ago

Would like everyone's thoughts on the different risks of P2P Lending and how they may be midigated?

Here is what I put together.

https://youtu.be/7nKsXeZoXCg

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Hey yall so i just need help with fixing my vehicle, paying up on the truck payment and getting my power turned on. I work full time i get paid bi weekly starting 11/02/2018. I can do $50-300 every 2 weeks depending on what extra ill have it will go to you. If someone could pleaseeee help i appreciate you ! I have paypal to use for this too.

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