The global health crisis has made online learning the new normal for schools across the country. With the rollout of this new form of learning, families find themselves in an unexpected dilemma where students require more gadgets and instructional materials than usual such as a dedicated laptop and a stable Wi-Fi connection, among others.
Ensuring your child has everything they need for this new normal does not come cheap and most of us are feeling the pressure of no-work-no-pay days due to the declaration of the modified enhanced community quarantine. The addition of these gadgets and other online instructional materials on top of your child’s tuition fees can really put a strain on your budget.
Let UCPB help you stretch your budget so you can provide only the best for your child with the SalarEasy Personal Loan. With a minimum loan amount of P30,000 to a maximum of P200,000 at low interest rates, parents who have been regular employees for the last two years or who run their own business for the last three years are qualified to apply for a salary loan with great ease and convenience.
Make online learning easy for your child and your budget with SalarEasy Personal Loan at flexible payments terms in 12, 18 or 24 months. Simply download and fill out the application form, submit the required documents to the nearest UCPB branch, and wait for the credit decision. The loan amount will be released through a post-dated check or may be credited to your UCPB VISA Debit Card.
UCPB SalarEasy Personal Loan ensures you provide not only the best gadget for your child’s online learning needs but also makes sure you’ve got their tuition fees covered. Avail of the SalarEasy Personal Loan today!
To make sure you properly manage your budget, you can check out how much you can afford to loan and pay every month with the UCPB LoanEasy calculator. For more information about SalarEasy Personal Loan, visit any UCPB branch, talk to one of our loan account officers at (02) 8811-9100 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date published: August 5, 2020