Just like that, another month has passed, so it’s about time for my P2P lending income update!
Today, I’ll be showing you my numbers for the month of March 2019. As usual, you’ll see exactly how much money I have invested on each peer to peer lending platform, my deposits & withdrawals and of course, my crowdlending returns for the month.
Let’s get started!
Well, that was fast. We just got back from an unforgettable three week vacation in Southeast Asia and February is already over. That means it’s time for a new P2P lending income report!
Once again, I’ll be sharing my numbers for the previous month with you here, in this case for February 2019. You can see exactly how much money I have invested on each peer to peer lending platform, my deposits or withdrawals and of course, my returns for the month.
Let’s get into it!
Before we start, you should know that this review of Bondora Go & Grow is unbiased and based only on my personal experience.
Who is Bondora and what is Go & Grow?
Bondora was founded in 2008 and is one of the oldest and most trusted peer-to-peer lending platforms on the market. Until a couple of months ago, the only way to invest your money with Bondora was by investing in consumer loans directly through Portfolio Pro or their Portfolio Manager.
Then, in May 2018, Bondora released Go & Grow. The big advantage of Go & Grow compared to other crowdlending offers is that you can access your money at any time, which is not possible if you’re lending your money out on other platforms (although you might be able to sell loans on the secondary market). Bondora automatically invests your money into a well-diversified bucket of tens of thousands of different loans across all credit ratings (AA-HR).