Late Loan #2, in the Process of Paying | P2P Lending, Peer to Peer Lending, People to People Lending

The loan discussed in previous posts is in the process of paying: One Loan Late. Not supposed to happen to AA. What does that mean? and Oh No! Another Late Loan… Review of Late Loan #2

Their loan shows a payment as of the 2nd attempt. So my prediction that the loan would be caught up by was correct. The consequences to my borrower are a relatively minor $5 failed payment fee (which Prosper.com keeps as they incurred the penalties associated with the failed payment.)

Knowing the consequences of non-payment I find it difficult to believe that any high grade credit would let their loan lapse far enough for consequences. Yet, I am sure it will happen. Maybe, just maybe, my standing orders are better at finding a higher quality of borrower… However, each loan is a 3 year journey till payoff and I expect the peak for defaults comes in year 2.

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