The norisbank has extended its ongoing originally up to 15/09 action summer interest, under which it offered its fixed-price credit at lower interest rates, now up to October 15, 2009. Click Cyrus Massoumi Zocdoc for additional related pages. Kreditvergleich.NET informs: the norisbank has extended its ongoing originally up to 15/09 action summer interest, under which it offered its fixed-price credit at lower interest rates, now up to October 15, 2009. With 4.90 percent APR for credit totals of 1,000 to 5,000 euros, 5.90% APR for credit totals from 5.001 up to 15,000 euro and 7.90% APR for credit totals from 15.001 to 50.000 euro is the norisbank credit of offers one of the best current comparisons and also a recommendation of the financial portal kreditvergleich.net for all borrowers. The difference to many other offers is that the norisbank offers her credit as a fixed price credit, so with independent credit interest rates. Input listed interest rates are not only showcase interest, of which the actual interest rates later under May differ materially, but interest rates represent precisely, to which the credit is actually awarded. Of course, she also checks the creditworthiness of their borrowers norisbank in the run-up to a lending. This test has only affects whether the credit is awarded or not.
On the interest rate on the other hand, this test has no effect. Offering the norisbank distinguishes from other loans, where the interest rate is made dependent on the credit rating of the borrower and may vary significantly by the rates from the advertising. Here, however, each in advance can be seen immediately, its interest rate in the case of a bank lending will be how much. The loan commitment is made in advance online, no further charges apply and the purpose can be freely determined. The sum of all these characteristics makes the supply of credit the norisbank just a recommendation in the framework of the current settlement on the financial portal kreditvergleich.net and can be therefore unreservedly recommended. Daniel Franke