Personal Loan For Medical Emergencies
When it comes to our health or that of our loved ones, we don’t want to keep any stone unturned in ensuring that the best medical facilities are provided to them. However, In times of medical emergencies, our financial conditions often play a significant role in determining the quality of care.
This is where the personal loan for medical emergencies provided by Clix Capital comes in to play. Our loans for medical treatment ensure that you never have to compromise on health care. If you find yourself in need of funds in times of medical emergency, then look no further than Clix Capital’s medical emergency loans!
Here’s What Clix Has To Offer!
Loans From Rs. 1–25 Lakhs
We have personal loan for medical emergencies to suit all your medical needs and help you get access to quality healthcare.
Customised Repayment Options
No one can plan the duration of their sickness, which is why we have flexible EMI plans with a payment period ranging from 12 to 48 months. This helps you organise a comfortable repayment method and helps you stay free of any further trauma in this difficult time.
Easy And Quick Approvals
Our hassle-free approvals ensure that financial crunch doesn’t stand in between your search for quality healthcare facilities.
Am I Eligible For A Medical Emergency Loan From Clix Capital?
–over 25 and under 58?
–a salaried employee who’s employed in the current company for 6 months and has a total professional experience of at least 12 months?
–earning a minimum income of Rs 25,000 per month?
If the answer to all of these is ‘Yes’, then guess what – you’re eligible!
What Documents Do I Need To Provide?
We just need a few documents to make sure your application is processed smoothly:
Completed Application Form
- We will provide you with a run-of-the-mill application form to detail out all the information we need before processing your medical emergency loan request.
- This photograph should be fairly recent and indicative of your current physical appearance.
Identity (ID) Proof
- This can be either your Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, or Government ID (if you happen to be a government employee).
- Your Aadhaar Card is the go-to document here. In case your current address is not updated in Aadhaar card, one certified copy of any Official Valid Document (OVD) is required. These OVDs are either your Passport, Voter ID, or Driving License.
- This comes in the form of your latest one-month pay slip or Form 16 for the current year.
*Please note that while only scans or photocopies of your documents are required while applying for a loan, you might want to carry original documents in case of verification. Approving the loan application is at the sole discretion of Clix; we might ask for further documents for a more thorough assessment of your loan.
How Do I Apply For A Loan?
How do I avail a personal loan for medical emergencies from Clix?
There’s a space at the top and bottom of this page to put in your phone number. Just provide the same and our customer representative will speak with you shortly to get a personal loan for medical emergencies online!
What will be the tenure, down payment, EMI, and interest rate for my medical emergency loan?
At Clix Capital, you can choose from customised repayment (EMI) and down payment options. However, the interest rate of your medical emergency loan depends on various factors, such as the specifics of your application (including metrics like date and income). We’ll tell you the final applicable interest rate once we go through your application form and all supporting documents.
Do I need any collateral to avail this loan?
Not at all! There is no additional collateral or guarantors required to have your medical emergency loan application approved.
How can I reach out to Clix for any other information on my medical emergency loan?
Just call us on 0124-4545965 or 0124-3817400 between 9:30am-6:30pm from Monday to Saturday (barring public holidays). Alternatively, you can also write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to resolve your queries around personal loan for medical emergencies.