RateLadder’s 1st Lending Club Payments Ontime | P2P Lending, Peer to Peer Lending, People to People Lending

Sweet! The 1st 3 of my Lending Club loans made payments on time…

The journey may be long (3 years) but the payments in the beginning of the loan are more important for my ROI than the ones at the end. Always, good to get the first payments.

To be perfectly honest if my first $200 I put in Prosper way back when had gone late out of the gate I would certainly not still be lending in the p2p marketplace.

1st impressions are important.

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