Top Features of a LendingKart working capital loan
This is a short-term, small ticket loan of up to 2 crores,given for a period of 1 to 36 months. Here are some of its salient features:
Your requirement may be small or large,we cater to them all – from 50,000 to 2 crores.
We process all loan applications within 72 hours on an average.
There is no need to visit physically or wait in long queues. The application is very simple & is processed online.
An unsecured working capital loan that reduces the risk of asset loss for your business.
Interest rates range from 1% to an average of 2% per month, depending on your credit profile.
We sanction loans with a tenure varying between 1 and 36 months, for easy & convenient repayment.
One-time processing fee of 2%, no other hidden costs or charges.
Monthly or bi-weekly instalments available for your convenience.
Benefits of Working Capital Loan by Lendingkart
Lendingkart is a non-banking financial company. NBFCs offer several benefits over traditional private and public financiers.
– Faster processing:
You can get a working capital loan within 3 days by submitting all documents.
– Preserving your ownership:
These loans help you avoid equity divestment by providing quick and easy access to credit without collateral.
– Streamlines your cash flow:
Our loans allow you to operate normally during cash crunch and cyclic upheavals in sales and revenues by providing ready cash at hand.
– Improve your credit score:
If your business was denied a bank loan due to low credit score, Lendingkart helps you improve your credit rating as well by reporting your loan transactions to the Credit Bureau.
Working Capital Loan Fees & Interest Rates
|Customized Interest Rates||15 to 27% *|
|Loan Tenure||up to 3 years|
|Eligibility Criteria||> ₹ 90,000 turn over for 3 Months|
|Loan Amount||₹ 50,000 – ₹ 2 crore|
|Installments||Flexible Monthly / Bi-weekly|
*Based on the health of your business, revenues and annual turnover
**Pre-closures are only allowed after the first EMI is paid in full
In comparison with banks and traditional lenders, Lendingkart Finance has a very relaxed eligibility criteria for working capital loans. Here are the pre-requisites for getting the same:
- A business that has been in operation for more than 3 months.
- A minimum turnover of ₹90,000 in the 3 months preceding your loan application.
- The business should not fall under blacklisted / excluded list for SBA finance.
- The physical location of your enterprise should not be in the negative location list.
- Trusts, NGOs and Charitable institutions are not eligible for small business working capital loan.
Documents Required for a working capital loan
|Proprietorship||Partnership||Pvt. Ltd. / LLP / One Person Company|
|Bank statement (12 months)|
|Business registration proof|
|Proprietor(s) PAN Card Copy|
|Proprietor(s) Aadhar Card Copy|
|Partnership Deed Copy|
|Company PAN Card Copy|
We accept any of the following as a Business registration proof
1)Business Registration Certificate 2)GST filing 3)Gumastadhara 4)Trade License 5)Drug License 6)TIN 7)VAT registration
3 simple steps to your working capital loan
It just takes 60 seconds
Completely online process
We evaluate your application and give you a fair sanction
Working Capital Loan types
These are of two types: secured & unsecured. Secured loans require an asset as a collateral in lieu of the funds loaned to your business. However, unsecured loans rely on the financial health of your business for sanctioning the loan amount. Here’s a list of six most common types of working capital loans for SMEs.
Bank Overdraft / Credit Line:
This is a pre-approved withdrawal limit which a bank or financial institution gives you on your current account. Prerequisites include a long working relationship, good credit score, and a reasonable loan amount. Interest is only paid on the amount withdrawn, even if the sanctioned limit is higher. However, interest rates are generally 1 to 2 percent higher than the prime rate of the lending institution.
Equity funded working capital loans are acquired through personal resources or investors, such as investment from friends or family. These working capital loans are mostly taken by start-ups and businesses with a less than ideal credit score.
These are one of the most popular sources of working capital finance for Indian SMEs. These are normal working capital loans, granted at a fixed interest rate with a short repayment period of up to one year. Generally, these are secured loans that may also have other policy requirement such as revenue/sales targets for you to follow.
Loan on Accounts Receivables
Granted against confirmed sales order value, this kind of debt is ideal for your business if you have a reliable customer base as there is always a risk of invoice defaults. In lieu, financial institutions are also hesitant to provide these working capital loans to new businesses.
Factoring / Advances
Like an accounts receivable loan, this loan is given against future credit card receipts instead of confirmed sales. However, this type of debt is only suitable for a business that accepts credit card payments.
A trade creditor working capital loan is provided by a current or new supplier. This facility is generally offered on placing bulk orders. However, trade creditors usually have strict policy parameters to be followed by the borrower.
Do’s and don’t’s
A working capital loan is a debt which you will have to eventually pay off. So, it is important that you consider your business needs seriously before committing to it. Here are some things you should consider before applying for one:
Have you explored all other options for managing your working capital?
While working capital finance is one of the best ways to manage your operational requirements, there are several other measures you can take to streamline your cash flow. For example, identifying and cutting back unnecessary expenses, optimizing your invoice cycle, reducing stock of slow-moving inventory items, etc. So, before going for a loan make sure you have tried every measure to streamline your finances.
How do you intend to use the loan money?
If you do not have a plan to utilize the funds, you might end up putting your business in a poor financial situation. Working capital loans are not meant for financing expansions and long-term assets. Make sure you carefully consider the usage of your working capital loan before applying for one.
Does it benefit your business?
A healthy business with streamlined supply chain and operations will no doubt benefit from a working capital loan. But if you are a relatively new business, you should also know about the ultimate advantages of taking a working capital loan along with its usage. This includes having the ability to service the loan. If your business needs a working capital infusion but your current revenues are not enough for EMI payments, you should consider alternate means of stabilizing before applying for the loan.
The application process is completely online. You can create a free Lendingkart account here or use our mobile app for applying for a small business loan.
You can avail a loan of minimum ₹ 50,000 and maximum ₹ 2 crore for a maximum period of 36 months. The quantum is decided based on your business’s health, revenues and relationship with Lendingkart Finance.
All our working capital loans are unsecured and do not require a security.
If your business satisfies our eligibility criteria and all your documents are in order, the loan will be disbursed to your account within 3 days.
- Even if you have CC or OD limit, you can have the evaluation done (there are no charges for the evaluation) so that in case of contingency, you can get funds within 24 hours. Also, in case of exhaustion of CC/OD limit, our funds can be utilized.
- Our product can act as a “standby source of funds” in the sense that you can use them for a month or so, or as and when needed.
Term loans are generally given for 3-10 years’ duration and are meant for purchase of capital assets. Working capital loan is primarily for inventory and is generally sanctioned for a period not more than 1 year.
It is a score assigned by Credit Bureaus, based on your business’s financial history. It gives us an idea about the credit worthiness of your business and plays a crucial role in determining interest rates.
Yes. We will check your CIBIL rating.
We take PDCs as a security only in case of default. We will cancel and return the PDCs at your instruction once the cycle is over.
We have rescheduling and late payment charges which are 0.1% of the principal amount per day for the number of days of delay. Late payment charges will be levied on the sanctioned/disbursed amount and not the outstanding amount.
NACH is a facility like ECS wherein the amount will be debited from client’s account on the due dates. This will also eliminate the need for creating standing instructions at client’s end. For the first instalment or till the time, NACH is registered with the bank, client will be required to pay the instalments through RTGS/NEFT/IMPS. Once the NACH is registered with the bank, client will get a mail and a call to this effect and thereafter, instalments will be credited to our account through NACH.
No, we do not charge for foreclosure. Only the interest of current month in which foreclosure is done, will be charged. For example, if the loan is of 3 months duration and foreclosure is done in middle of second month, then only the interest for second month will be payable.
Yes, we do. In such cases, we try to understand the nature of services provided by the client and the reliability of their customer base. We also do an assessment of their working capital needs before processing the loan application.
Yes, you can apply for new product while your current loan with us is running, subject to satisfactory credit evaluation.
Cities we serve
Delhi NCR: Delhi, East Delhi, Gurugram, Faridabad ,Ghaziabad, New Delhi, South Delhi, Noida, Rithala
Haryana: Chandigarh, Rohtak, Palwal ,Gurgaon, Rewari, Panipat, Kaithal, Karnal
Himachal Pradesh: Shimla, Mandi, Manali, Chamba, Kullu, Rampur
Uttarpradesh: Lucknow, Agra, Kanpur, Allahabad, Varanasi, Meerut, Jhansi
Punjab: Amritsar, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Patiala, Firozpur
Uttarakhand: Dehradun, haridwar, Mussoorie, Roorkee, Kichha
Odisha: Bhubaneswar, Cuttak, Sambalpur, Berhampur
West Bengal: Kolkata, Hooghly, Howrah, Kalyani
Bihar: Patna, Sasaram, Nalanda, Aurangabad, Jahanabad, Siwan, Darbhanga, Buxar
Jharkhand: Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Deoghar
Gujarat: Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Jamnagar, Gandhinagar, Deesa, Porbandar, Bharuch
Goa: Panaji, Madgaon , Mapuca , Ponda Rajasthan: Alwar, Jaipur, Ajmer, Behror, Dholpur
Maharashtra: Mumbai, Palghar, Pimpri, Ulhasnagar, Thane, Ahmednagar, Aurangabad, Nashik, Nanded
Telangana: Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, Khammam, Secunderabad, Warangal, Nalgonda, Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Adilabad
Karnataka: Bangalore, Mangalore, Hubli, Mysore, Shimoga, Davanagere, Gulbarga, Bellary, Belgaum Andhra
Pradesh: Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Guntur, Tirupati, Rajahmundry, Kakinada, Amaravati, Kadapa, Nellore, Kurnool, Anantapur
TamilNadu: Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy, Salem, Vellore, Erode Kerala: Ernakulam, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Thrissur, Malappuram