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Caterham welcomes Cashper as official partner

  • Published on 17 Sep 2013 15:46
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  • By: Rob Veenstra
The Italian Grand Prix marked the first race where Cashper, the first and only short-term cash loan provider in Europe with a full banking licence owned by Novum Bank Limited (Malta), joined Caterham F1 Team as an official partner.

Cashper offers an easy accessible and convenient service for everyone with occasional short-term cash flow needs. Consumers can apply online for a quick cash loan from €100 up to €600 for a period of 15 or 30 days, or 100 zł up to 2000 zł for 15, 30 or 60 days. Cash advances are mostly used to cover unexpected expenses, close a temporary gap in between salaries or just for a little personal treat.

Renier Lemmens, Chairman of the Board, Novum Bank Ltd: "Our partnership with Caterham F1 Team and Giedo van der Garde symbolises exactly what we stand for. Cashper's identity is 'the Fast & Friendly Financer' and that mirrors perfectly Giedo's image, both of us constantly striving to maximize top speed and serve the public."

"As an Official Partner of Caterham F1 Team we are immediately creating a strong global presence for Cashper which provides short-term cash loans as a simple tool for consumers to meet and manage their smaller financial needs. Customers can count on almost instant cash and applying for a quick cash loan takes only five minutes. After approval we can deposit money within even an hour - It can be that fast!"

Cyril Abiteboul, Team Principal, Caterham F1 Team: "We are pleased to welcome Cashper into our team and happy to have another Official Partner who has identified the clear brand and business benefits of a partnership with us in Formula One. Cashper's logos were first seen on our racecars in Italy and Cashper consumers across Europe will soon see much more evidence of how our partnership is going to create exciting opportunities for them with Giedo and our team."

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