Is my investment safe?

Is my investment safe?

FMPP is an Alternative Investment product by LenDenClub (brand owned and operated by Innofin Solutions). It is an RBI-regulated entity and strictly abides by all regulations and master directions issued by RBI. All borrowers on the LenDenClub platform undergo rigorous KYC and credit assessment checks on more than 400+ parameters. We have a robust repayment mechanism supported by a dedicated collections team.


Credit risk is further mitigated by AI-powered hyper diversification of Invested Amounts (as low as 1 Rupee). 100% of FMPP investors have received greater than 10% annualized returns.

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      The minimum investment amount for each FMPP is INR 10,000. One individual can have multiple FMPPs for the maximum amount of INR 50 Lakhs. For investing over INR 10 Lakhs, submitting a net worth certificate is mandatory.
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      FMPP stands for Fractional Matchmaking Peer to Peer Plan. It is an Alternative Investment instrument curated exclusively for Indian investors seeking portfolio diversification through Peer-to-Peer Lending.
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