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Anyone invested with this gopeer.ca

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Aug 25, 2005
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Mississauga

Anyone invested with this gopeer.ca

This is a newly licensed peer to peer lending company

Any thoughts ?

Anyone invested with them
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Deal Addict
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Jan 16, 2007
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If they are more strict on borrowing and risk assessment then they possibly have a chance. I gave Lending Loop a go just to see what the result would be, and it was essentially a disaster. Even amongst those that were rated highly most defaulted in my portfolio. I'll certainly be watching.
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May 27, 2017
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Winnipeg, MB
Stay away from P2P Lending. It's way more risky than you thought.
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Ain't that the truth. High risk is an understatement for it.
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Sep 25, 2020
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It's a good opportunity for borrower and investor it's less risky that. Cryptocurrency and you can make good roi . Let see in future maybe he dies not accept all people I. Loan . Maybe it's strict we dont know
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Apr 16, 2007
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P2P or marketplace lending is nothing more than another name for subprime flake bad credit lending.

Where are all the P2P lenders that popped up 2/3 years ago? gone, changed names 3-4 times, they only attract and/or target marginal credit challenged individuals with huge default rates.

Alternative lending within the fintech sector is a bust. They prey upon desperate borrowers.
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P2P lending is a great idea, and may be the way of the future, but IMO is too new and I wouldn't risk it. I think people who put money in Lending Loop would agree.
Minimum 7.5% APR, and up to 31.5%... Ask yourself who's taking out these loans, then throw in the economic uncertainty Corona Virus is creating...
Hard pass for me.

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