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Moneyveo takes gold in the PaySpace Magazine Awards 2019

Moneyveo is a number one fast online credit lending application. It is a 24/7 service that allows you to receive money in your bank card in just 8 min. The first loan, up to 15,000 UAH, is offered at 0.01% interest per day. The company won the nomination for “The Best Online Lending Service” in the Ukrainian competition, PaySpace Magazine Awards 2019.

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For the third year in a row, Moneyveo won the Best Online Lending Service nomination at the all-Ukrainian competition PaySpace Magazine Awards 2019.

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Fintech award for Moneyveo

The award is given to the leaders of Fintech services, e-commerce, online stores, marketplaces, and Fintech-startups in Ukraine. “The annual PSM Awards 2019 were attended by 256 companies and experts in 21 categories. The winners are chosen by the readers, the expert jury and the editorial board of the magazine”, noted the PaySpace Magazine Project Manager Alexander Denisyuk.

“Innovative approaches in business and change management policy helped Maneyveo become the best online lending service,” said Alyona Andronikova, Moneyveo’s CEO.

“The company should move forward and develop the best alternative in business – this change management approach helps us move forward and gain the loyalty of new customers. We are dynamic and implement innovative solutions at the request of our customers. In 2019, for example, we introduced a policy of convergence with GDPR and launched the service ‘Complain to the operator’. We are planning to release 5 new products in the next year.  Moneyveo is doing their best to become number one in the fintech sector”, commented Alyona Andronikova.

Online voting

Companies like Monobank, Portmone, Visa Cashless Forum, OLX, Citrus, Apple Pay and others took part in PSM Awards 2019. The online voting was attended by consumers of Fintech services, the expert jury and the organizer of the contest – editorial office of the electronic edition of PaySpace Magazine.

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Moneyveo is the leader among microfinance institutions in Ukraine. The first online loan was issued by the company on November 18, 2013. In March 2019, Moneyveo received the highest level data security certificate – PCI DSS Level 1. The company works only with official data sources and positions itself as a reliable microfinance organization with transparent lending terms.

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