RateLadder Referral Listing Intro | P2P Lending, Peer to Peer Lending, People to People Lending

Welcome to a brand new feature!!!! RateLadder Referral Listing Review.

With the introduction of the referral program I have been source of a few registrations, some of which have turned into listings. RateLadder will be reviewing the best of these listings. Today being the first installment of this feature I thought I would review the listing with the best current chance of getting funded and talk about the other 2 listings and why they might come up short.

If you are interested in having your listing featured on RateLadder there are 2 ways to make this happen. You can chose to do both, but only one is necessary for receiving a listing review.

  1. Register with Prosper as a RateLadder Referee by clicking the link.
  2. Join my group RateLadder — Borrowers Climb Down the Interest Rate Ladder

I will start with the 2 listings that need to make some changes and end with an exciting listing at a great rate. As I was the referrer and not the group leader I had no control over the content of the listings.

I cannot write about the extended credit of these listings as that data is protected by the Prosper Terms of Service. If you are a lender then I encourage you to log in and look for yourself, but if you leave a comment please don’t talk specifically about the extended credit. If you are not a registered user of Prosper and would like to be a lender I have a referral that will get you a $25 bonus when you make your first loan (click the link).

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