SOUTH KOREA PRIVATE LOAN COMPANY SOUTH-KOREA PRIVATE LOAN LENDER SOUTH-KOREAN PRIVATE LOAN LENDING ORGANISATION P2P LENDING (PEER TO PEER) LOAN SHARK
In South Korea, a private loan lender is by definition a south Korean lender who is not affiliated with a south Korean bank and who is not as constrained by regulations as south Korean traditional lenders are and can approve loans to South Korean borrowers that traditional lenders cannot.
In South Korea, a private lender is a South Korean entity that loans money to individuals or businesses, South Korean private lenders could be an individual or it could be an entire finance company.
In South Korea, a private money loan is given to South Korean individuals or companies by a South Korean private organization or individual instead of a bank or other financial institution taking into account that risks exist for both South Korean borrowers and South Korean lenders with private money loans.
In South Korea, a private loan consists of a direct loan from one private individual or entity to another, without an intermediary such as a bank and is a cash loan and loans can be brokered between South Korean private lenders and borrowers by loan brokers such as peer to peer lending (P2P) platforms.
In South Korea, private loans from South Korean private lenders put South Korean borrowers who have difficulties to obtain bank loans at risk as several loan sharks are applying high interest rates, but also a number of private lenders who pretend to lend cash are fake lenders who ask for an upfront fee without lending any money.