iPera works with government agencies to enhance financial literacy and improve financial understanding across the Philippines. It is important for the economic growth of the country that all residents are financially educated and aware of the importance of creditworthiness.
iPera works with local bloggers and writers to produce educational content, guides and activities to enhance financial literacy. iPera donates to local charities, schools and community groups every month, you can follow our community enhancement program with blog content here.
If you are a blogger and want to have your content displayed here, send it to email@example.com for consideration to publish. You could even earn money off your loan, or payments for your work!
Do you want CASH BACK from a Lender?
Everyone who paid iPera on their 15th August due date received cash back deposited into their bank account on the 16th Augu... Read More
August 17, 2022
The Different Types of Business Credit Lines
A line of credit may be utilised by both people and corporations and comes in a number of different arrangements, each with its own perks. Every line of credit gives the borrower access to a certai... Read More
August 15, 2022
Common Mistakes On Loan Applications That Should Be Avoided
When a customer submits an application, it goes through hundreds of checks.
There are Automated checks that look for data concerns.
There are common sense checks that look to see if the questio... Read More
August 03, 2022
Is it better to be trusted or not trusted?
We all have that friend who asks to borrow money and you know you will not see it again, or if you do, it will be half now, a bit later and another payment much later.
Do you want to lend these ... Read More
July 26, 2022
What Are Trust Scores?
Trusting a customer to repay their loan builds up a trust score. It is the trust in the relationship between the lender and the customer.
When a debt is repaid, that builds up the custome... Read More