Mintos recently launched Invest & Access as a new, simplified way to invest on the platform and to cash out more easily. I can’t help but think that they were at least partly inspired by Bondora Go & Grow, which I’ve been using since September of last year.
I’m going to compare the two peer to peer platforms and test out which one is better for short-term investments in P2P lending.
To find out, I invested 1.000€ on both Mintos Invest & Access and Bondora Go & Grow on June 12th. Over the coming weeks and months, I’ll review which one offers the better experience, higher returns and how much money we can withdraw at different points in time.
Update (October 2nd): 16-Week Update added!
I would like to point out that this Grupeer review is unbiased and based solely on my personal experience investing my own money on the P2P lending platform over the past 7 months.
As usual, I am going to be fully transparent about the amount I invested, my returns and the cashflow my Grupeer account is currently generating for me each month.
Update (June 13th): Grupeer is giving all investors who sign up via our link (until the end of June) a 10€ Bonus! More on that at the end of the review.
Before getting into it, I would like to point out that my IUVO Group review is unbiased and only based on my personal experience investing with them.
I am going to be fully transparent about my investment and show you the exact returns I am getting on my deposit. You’ll see why they are one of my favorite P2P platforms to invest in right now.
I will also show you how you can get a nice 30-90€ bonus or cashback on your investment – but more on that later.
Update (February 7th, 2019): I updated the review with my most recent numbers, so you can see my investment’s progress so far.
In today’s review, I’d like to share my experience using N26 as a shared bank account with my wife for the past five months, as well as for traveling abroad and paying in other currencies.
It all started about six months ago. My wife and I were looking for a bank account we could both use for our shared expenses. Basically, for all the stuff we regularly need to buy at the store (food, personal care items, toiletries etc.) and for when we go out for dinner or to pay for other shared activities.