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MoneyLend.net Launches Innovative Search Engine for Personal Loans
Startup loan portal meets the growing need for expert guidance on finding reputable personal and payday loans for ordinary consumers
“I've seen a lot of loan search tools online, but few of them offer the level of detail, due diligence and thought leadership that consumers need to make an informed choice," said Dan Blacharski, spokesperson for MoneyLend.net. “Of course a simple web search will reveal thousands of sites that boast great loan terms, but it still requires an extensive amount of time reading through the fine print to learn whether the lender is offering the best terms to suit the individual’s needs. MoneyLend.net eliminates those wasted hours, breaking down the information for clients, making it possible to select the best options for every type of consumer loan, including P2P lending companies and payday loan firms.”
The core service of MoneyLend.net lies in the simplicity of the engine and the research behind the process. Upon visiting the site, clients simply type in the amount they want to borrow and the state that they live in and the site will immediately return matching lender results. The information is presented with a breakdown of the different details about each lender so clients can make an informed choice without the in-depth search that would otherwise be necessary. State licensed lenders are added to the site periodically, so the search results always feature the most up to date lender information available.
The site covers all different types of loan needs including short term payday loans, personal installment emergency loans and even more innovative lending tools such as peer to peer lending. The search engine closely resembles sites that compare travel and hotel deals, offering quick breakdowns in return.
Founded by a team of long-time dotcom entrepreneurs with a history in financial services, MoneyLend.net is designed to be a full-featured portal, complete with up-to-date information on lenders, news updates and expert guidance on consumer lending issues. “The whole idea for this site is centered around making the user experience easier and more convenient,”
For more information, visit their website at http://www.moneylend.net.