Kumar, 28, a shop floor engineer in an engineering firm.
Wanted to give his best this festive season.
He decided to buy a second-hand bike and a small gold Jumka for his wife.
It is also his third wedding anniversary this month, and he just wanted to give his best.
For Kumar this is not an unplanned buy, he has been saving for this for the past couple of months, but he still fell short.
So he went ahead with an OYE loan to fill the gap. A friend had referred him to OYE, and he applied conveniently on the OYE App in 5 mins and got his OYE loan in just 24 hours in hand.
Kumar says “It’s not bad to borrow for purchases. Sometimes timing is important, and if I miss this special moment, I cannot get this back.”
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