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WikiLoan, Inc. (WKLI)

WikiLoan, Inc. (WKLI) operates a Social Network with a focus on finance. At WikiLoan.com, family and friends can borrow and lend money among themselves at rates suitable to their respective needs. The website provides repayment schedules and documentation for loans, along with proprietary administrative tools, enabling users to securely pull credit reports and automate the loan repayment process.

Through a simple process, borrowers can create a loan listing between $1,000 and $25,000. They set the rate they are willing to pay for the loan, get their WikiScore, and invite friends in their network to view the listing. Lenders then receive an invitation to view the listing and are provided with the borrower’s WikiScore, debt-to-income ratio, and the loan repayment schedule.

Once the loan is fulfilled, WikiLoan compiles the promissory note and provides it to all involved parties. The company also handles on-going notifications and provides access to online payment systems to ensure a smooth repayment process. Wikiloan generates revenues through fees for documentation, credit score checks and administrative services.

The market opportunity for WikiLoan is significant considering the ongoing financial crisis, bank consolidations and changing consumer behavior with regards to online lending, borrowing and banking. In the midst of current economic conditions, peer-to-peer lending has become one of the fastest growing sectors of the financial services industry and WikiLoan is well positioned to capitalize on its ongoing growth.

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