Blacklisted Personal Loans

At BLK we offer unsecured blacklisted personal loans as well as unsecured personal loans from R 2 000 – R 250 000. BLK assist country wide, take note that we do not charge any upfront fees for any of our services. No original documentation needed, just complete the quick online application. BLK will then get back to you within 15 minutes. Blacklisted Loans are paid out same day provided the documentation is correct. BLK will source the best possible personal loan product to suit your needs. BLK facilitate the following loan products: short term loans, long term loans, consolidation loans and pay day loans.

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Blacklisted Personal Loan application process:

Complete the online application, details need to be 100% correct. BLK will contact you with the pre-approved personal loan amount, at the same time advising what documents needed to finalize your loan application. Once documentation is received the contract will be drawn up after which approval and pay out will take place. No original documents needed, the process can be done via email or fax. Don’t hesitate to contact BLK for any assistance. With over 10 year experience in the loans industry you can trust that we will do our utmost to find a loan.

All you need to qualify:

  • You are 18 years or older.
  • Permanently employed.
  • Earn a minimum gross monthly salary of R 3000 per month.
  • Bank account were your salary is deposited into.
  • South African green bar coded ID.
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Once pre-apporved we will need the following to finalize your application for payment:

SA ID document (Green bar coded ID)
Latest up to date 3 months bank statements into which his/her salary is being deposited.
Latest pay slip (past 3 month’s pay slips if commission earner)

All BLK service providers are NCA and NCR Registered and compliant.

Reasons why you can be declined

If you are currently under administration, sequestration or liquidation or debt review you unfortunately cannot apply for any finance. Applicants that have applied for or who are currently undergoing debt counselling. (Click here to go to our End Your Debt page, we might be able to assist.)
Temporarily employed applicants.
Applicants that cannot afford the monthly installment.