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i want to fd 30000 for six month
Asked by Deepak Tiwari -
9 months ago
Safe and Secure investment opportunity at MUTHOOTTU MINI @ 13.75% interest rate per annum. — (for details contact 08882210906,01125357201 UTTAM NAGAR BRANCH DELHI REGION)
Product : Fully Secured Non-Convertible Debentures.
Issued by : Mini Muthoottu Financiers Pvt Ltd.
Redemption : 1Yr,2Yr,3Yr & 5.5Yrs.
Rate of return Per annum - 12.50% - 19.81%.Per Annum.
The Board of Directors decided to issue Redeemable, Non-convertible Fully secured debentures with the following features.
Benefits as follows:
Minimum amount Rs.1000/-per Debenture.
No ceiling on amount
Period of debentures vary from minimum 366 Days, to 1200 Days, 2 years, 3 years and 5.5 years.
There are three schemes depending on interest payable such as monthly scheme, annual scheme and maturity scheme
Interest can be drawn on monthly basis or yearly basis or on maturity of debentures depending upon the scheme.
Interest is credited to customer account maintained with bank directly on request.
No tax is deducted at source (TDS)
Premature redemption is allowed.No penality is charged.
Debentures with different maturity periods available at convenient slabs to suit the requirements of customers.
Attractive rates of interest.
Assured return compared to equity and other markets (No Volatility)
Different types of schemes available such as monthly scheme, annual scheme maturity scheme and doubling scheme to satisfy customer needs.
Customer has the option to draw interest on monthly basis or yearly basis or at the time of maturity.
Interest credit given to customer’s bank account on request.
Nomination facility and joint account is available and nomination form is available on request.
Interest rates offered are highly competitive compared to our competitors and those offered by commercial banks.
Simplified procedures for acquiring Debentures.
Direct credit to customer account for interest payment ensuring maximum convenience.
Prompt information provided to customer about maturity, new debentures, interest rate hikes, etc.
9 months ago - By DEVAN