Need money? Loan at Juanhand and get P150 Lazada GC

Do you have bills to pay but are short on cash? Do you still have to settle your remaining balance of your child’s tuition but your fees have been delayed?

Worry no more because all you need to do is to apply for a loan with Juanhand. You not only solve your financial problems, you will receive a P150 Lazada Gift Card once your loan is approved. This is only valid for approved new borrowers who applied for their loan starting June 1, 2022.

Applying for a loan at Juanhand is simple and easy. All you have to do is to click — Once your loan is approved, Juanhand will send your Lazada Gift Card code via your registered email address within 24 hours.

Hurry and apply now! This is a limited time offer only. For more information visit.

For inquiries, you can contact Juanhand customer service via email at, via live chat through the Juanhand app or through telephone number 85390150. 

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