If you thought the core concept behind the Equated Monthly installments (EMI) has roots in modern times, you are in for a story today. The practice of installment credit isn’t new. And by ‘isn’t new’ we mean that it is as old as civilization itself. There are certain
Digital transactions have surged exponentially in the past few years. But this revolution has also led to increasing cases of financial fraud. The first two years of the pandemic have seen the most cases of cyber financial fraud for two reasons: (i) the number of online transactions shot up dramatically
Fintech apps, particularly those for lending, have received wider acceptance among users in the last few years. But the digital lending boom also brought with it certain challenges. While credible fintech players have been contributing to greater credit inclusion by bringing the unserved and underserved customers into the fold of
Until a few years ago, seeking credit (or) borrowing funds was a tedious task. The processes were elaborate and time-consuming, hence more secure as well. There were several checks and the financial institutions used to do thorough scrutiny of the applicants. Similarly, customers also had time to go through the
We now know that installment credit is almost as old as the civilization itself. We have also seen the equated monthly installments (EMIs) revolution and how it powered the first wave of consumerism in India (backlink). But, why does this age-old concept enjoy such popularity that is only growing? Well,
Pets make great companions. But pet care may not always be easy financially especially when we don’t compromise when it comes to providing the best for our companions. Anu, a co-founder of an NGO, got to know about ZestMoney when she was purchasing something for her pet dog Rumi.
Mutual Funds (MFs) are effective tools to reach your financial goals. Therefore, it is crucial to understand the importance of choosing the right type of fund to dedicate your money to so you end up with the best investment plan with high returns. Up until 2018, funds had the freedom