Maybank Personal Loan

July 18, 2011 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Pinjaman Bank 

For those who would like to seek secure personal loan and obtain cash in no time, personal financing-i by Maybank is one of the good alternatives available. This Shariah-compliant option is designed and catered to those who seek instant cash without hassle. You may need the cash for a business venture or even medical emergencies, and that is when Maybank personal financing-i comes in handy for you. With a convenient Shariah-compliant product, applicants can settle their financial problems in no time.

This personal loan allows you to enjoy a flexible payment mode with low rates. Personal financing-i by Maybank is easy and convenient as the financial institution will approve it in a short span of time. Applicants are also entitled to takaful coverage for permanent disability and death.

The maximum loan amount is up to RM100,000 and the the payment period can be extended up to 10 years. Unlike other personal financing options, this package does not require a guarantor. The profit rates are calculated based on monthly balance. The option is only open to account holders with Maybank and also the employers and staffs listed under Maybank’s panel.

Other professionals registered and licensed under Malaysian law can also submit their application to the bank. Government servants and employees of semi-government organizations based on co-operatives under Maybank’s panel are eligible for the loan. To ensure that your organization is listed with Maybank, visit www.kowamas.com.

Before submitting the application form, applicants must prepare several documents such as photocopy of identity card and the latest 3 months payslips all certified by employers. Applicants must present a letter that states your designation, salary and duration of employment to the bank. Also, submit a photocopy of bank account passbook including Maybank Islamic’s Savings Account-i. Meanwhile, professionals who are applying for the loans must present copies of registration documents and Certificate of Practice.

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