Digital banking has been around for years on the deposit side of the house but most banks don’t have a solution to make installment loans quickly and profitably. Fintech’s and other financial services providers have eaten our lunch when it comes to consumer lending since credit cards became a prevalent method for paying for purchases in the late 1970’s.
Quilo has developed an easy to use yet sophisticated digital lending solution that enables banks to make profitable consumer loans in seconds…rather than days. The solution allows each bank to use their underwriting criteria and set a limit on how much credit they want to extend and for how long.
Most Quilo banks are setting maximum limits at $35K and only for those who have an excellent credit history. Minimum credit criteria is usually set for no lower than a 670 credit score and loan amounts can be tiered based on credit score and the banks appetite for risk. For instance: those with a credit score of 670-720 can get a loan for no more than $5K; credit scores of 721-770 will max out at a $15K loan; and consumers with a 671 credit score or higher can get a $35K loan. Maximum term might be 24 months on the low end and 60 months on the high end. This is just one example of how a bank can set up their Quilo portfolio.
Take 45 minutes to see the demo of Quilo by contacting Strunk at email@example.com.