Posts Tagged ‘p2p loan’

People to People Investing and Lending

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

There are several sites that now offer p2p loans, including the one we use Lending Club. Visit our main page for People to People Lending and investing and you can specifically check out either the loan side of our P2P lending club or the investment side.

See all the Lending Club has to offer.

The Lending Club is a great place to get a loan from others like yourself. The loan is for 3 years and can be
up to $25,000. It is unsecured meaning you don’t have to put up any collateral!The Lending Club is also a great place to lend money to others and make up to 19% for doing so!

P2P Lending and Investing now available at The Lending Club

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008

P2P lending and investing is now available at the Lending Club.

You can get a peer loan, aka p2p loan, or make a p2p investment in your fellow peers who attempt to borrow at the Lending Club.

Need Money? Join Lending Club!

Prosper no longer accepting new applications – Lending Club the place to go.

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008

Prosper is no longer accepting new applications.  They are currently in a quiet period and while they are they are suspending their p2p lending and investing.  On the good front, the Lending Club has come out of their quiet period and they are now THE p2p lending and investing site to go to.

There should be a law

Monday, October 13th, 2008

Saw a post on payday loans on the There Should be a Law site that I’ve copied here:

“There should be a law making it mandatory that anyone taking out a payday loan complete a 2 hour investment course prior to signing a contract. The investment course should cover interest rates and be paid for by the payday loan companies and administered by an independent organization. They should be available anytime.”

Seems like a good idea that those taking out a payday loan will really know how much it is costing them.  When you compare payday loans to other loan options you really are paying a ton of interest.  I know more and more states are trying to enact laws to help cut down that interest but in the meantime it would be nice to see those needing a quick loan realize just how much a payday loan is costing them.

If you are looking for a no collateral loan with an interest better than a payday loan try out our p2p loan site here at


P.S.  If there is some law that you think should be enacted head on over to the There Should be a Law site at