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Liquiloans is a Peer to Peer Lending platform founded by Achal Mittal and Gautam Adukia who have previously co-founded a successful rental platform Rentomojo’. The company uses technology to match borrowers and lenders and, in the process, eliminates the margin which is charged by traditional banks and NBFCs, thus, making borrowing cheaper and investing a more lucrative opportunity as compared to traditional investment avenues. The company is funded by Matrix Partners, which has invested in some of the marquee companies like OlaCabs, Practo, Quikr, and Cloud Nine.

Investment Horizon
Up to 1 Year
Rate of Interest (Indicative)
6 Months Lock-In Plan - XIRR -10.50% 12 Months Lock-In Plan - XIRR - 11.00%
Minimum Investment
Rs 1,00,000
Maximum Investment
Rs 50,00,000 Per PAN card*
Redemption Settlement Period
Redemption will be settled on T+2 days Basis




This product is suitable for clients who are looking for higher returns in the Short term and have a moderate risk appetite.


  • Interest income will be added to the total income and will be taxed as per the client’s tax slab.

Investment Process:

  • 1. Send documents & details for registration like Pan Card, Address Proof and Cheque along with Nominee Name & Contact Details.
  • 2. will register the lender on the faircent platform after receiving the details.
  • 3. Faircent has opened a Lenders Escrow account under the trusteeship of IDBI Bank. Lenders need to transfer the amount they wish to invest through Faircent into their Escrow account. The first recharge should be for a minimum amount of Rs. 5000/- and all subsequent recharges should be for a minimum amount of Rs. 500/-.
  • 4. Once the loan transaction with the borrower is complete, Faircent will transfer the amount from the Lender’s Escrow account directly to the borrower’s bank account.

Modes of Payment:

  • 1. NEFT/RTGS
  • 2. Net banking/Debit Card
  • 3. UPI
  • 4. PayTM Wallet
  • 5. Cheque

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