Year End Lender Statement Arrived via Email Today | P2P Lending, Peer to Peer Lending, People to People Lending

It is pretty basic… It has my information, a lending summary, a loan sale summary, and a listing of all loans held and activity during the year. I like the monthly statements better (they usually come out around the 12th of the month).

I didn’t have any sold loans, so the only interesting non borrow specific part is the lending summary:

The Loan Sale Summary fields: Pre-sale principle balance, Proceeds from sale, and Proceeds from forfeited group rewards.

The Loans Held fields: Loan ID, Origination date, Payment status, Principled loaned, Start of year principle balance, End of year principle balance, Principle payments in transit, Principle payments received, Interest payments received, Late fee payments received, Service fees paid, Collection fees paid, Pre-sale principle balance, Proceeds from sale, and Proceeds from forfeited group rewards.

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