Personal loan with limited term employment Switzerland

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  • BenutzernameMoneyland User Questions
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Hi all. I am fully employed but only on a limited-term basis. I picked up a loan application and it mentions something to the effect of needing permanent employment to be eligible. Does this mean I cannot get a loan if I am only employed for a time?

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Swiss lenders normally require applicants to have full-time, unlimited employment in order to be approved for loans.

A handful of lenders do give loans to people employed for a limited term, such as temporary employees or those employed on a probational basis.

Just enter your current employment situation in the personal loan comparison to quickly find and compare loans for which you may be eligible.

Best regards from Moneyguru

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