The first EMI is payable by cheque. Thereafter repayments– EMI and pre-closure – are made through an online, automated procedure. This is a faster and simpler method wherein monthly EMIs and repayments happen online via Electronic Money Transfer without the need to issue numerous cheques to each lender. This process is enabled using NACH mandate collected along with other documents at the time of listing the loan. Every month the entire EMI amount is collected directly through auto-debit, from the borrower’s salary account into Escrow Account from where it is disbursed to respective lenders after consolidation.

We charge a one-time listing fee of Rs. 500/- from Borrowers which is due at the time of registration. This fee is non-refundable except in case the borrower’s location cannot be serviced by Lenbor. This fee gets adjusted towards the final processing fees if the borrower gets successfully funded through the platform.

Once the loan agreement is closed, a non-refundable processing fee prior to disbursement is charged. This fee is debited from the total loan amount before transferring the sum to borrower’s bank account. Please find the indicative processing fees structure below.

Rate of Interest on loan Max Processing fees*
>10-14% 3%
>14-18% 3.50%
>18-22%  4%
>22-26%  4.50%
>26-30%  5.50%

*Service tax/other taxes to be charged additionally as applicable

The same is subject to change as per Lenbor’s discretion and shall be updated on the website. All fees and/or any charges incurred post listing and funding of the borrower’s loan requirement is non-refundable.

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Pre-Payment Of Loan
A borrower can choose to pre-pay the entire loan amount without any penalty after three months from the date of disbursal of the loan. Prior to three months, in order to safeguard Lender’s interest, pre-closure can be done after paying balance interest due to lenders for a period of three months from the date of disbursal. This is payable to Lenders.A one-time non-refundable pre-payment fees of Rs. 500/- will be charged by Lenbor to the Borrower.

Borrowers are morally and legally obliged to pay all dues on time. In case the EMI is not paid on the scheduled time, a penal interest of Rs. 50/- per lender will be charged. These charges are applicable for each instance of delayed repayment. Lenbor will also charge a collection penalty of Rs. 500/- per delayed payment. So, Lenbor encourages all borrowers to make timely payments to avoid penalty charges.

In the worst-case scenario, if Lenbor has to issue a legal notice to a defaulting borrower on behalf of the lenders then a charge of Rs. 500/- per legal notice will be payable by the borrower to Lenbor.

Other Fees
To maintain efficiency, the repayment process is being handled by Lenbor through a system-driven, automated mechanism. Hence, we discourage borrowers from changing their EMI date or bank account details through which an ongoing loan repayment process is carried on. However, under certain unforeseen circumstance this may be inevitable.In such a scenario, borrowers must inform us in writing on and pay a nominal, non-refundable fee of Rs.500/- per bank account swap and/or per EMI date change.

Borrowers are obliged to maintain details of their loan including statement of accounts. In case, they need Lenbor’s assistance in this regard then a non-refundable fee of Rs. 100/- per statement of accounts will be charged.

Refund Policy
All fees and charges are non-refundable. The one-time listing fees of Rs. 500/- is non-refundable, except in case the borrower’s location cannot be serviced by Lenbor.

Please note that Lenbor provides a complimentary e-book (worth Rs. 600/-) to all rejected applicants. The e-book provides suggestions on how a loan seeker can improve his/her credit profile. only facilitates a virtual meeting place between Borrowers and Lenders on its online platform. The decision to lend money to a borrower is entirely at the discretion of the Lenders and Lenbor does not guarantee that a borrower will receive any loans from the Lenders. Lenbor merely aids and assists Lenders and Borrowers listed on its website to make and receive loans and charges a service fee from Lenders and Borrowers for such assistance. Lenbor is only an ‘Intermediary’ under the provisions of the Information Technology Act, 1999.