homeappliances

How to apply?

How to apply? 150 150 Menna Ghoniem
  • Complete the online application form on our website by clicking here
  • One of our representatives will contact you accordingly

What are the required documents?

What are the required documents? 150 150 Menna Ghoniem

Employed in non-Governmental sectors

  • Valid NID
  • Recent Utility Bill copy (It can be submitted after obtaining approval, but it is a mandatory for obtaining the financing)

Employed in Governmental sectors

  • Valid NID
  • Recent Utility Bill copy (It can be submitted after obtaining approval, but it is a mandatory for obtaining the financing)
  • Employment validation (Medical Card, Employment letter, HR letter or work Access card “With photo & name”)

OR

  • External verification will be applied

Self Employed

  • Valid NID
  • Copy of Commercial Register
  • Tax card
  • Recent Utility Bill copy (It can be submitted after obtaining approval, but it is a mandatory for obtaining the financing)

Pensioners

  • Valid NID
  • Any formal proof indicating client is on pension
  • Recent Utility Bill copy (It can be submitted after obtaining approval, but it is a mandatory for obtaining the financing)

Professionals

  • Valid NID
  • Valid Syndicate Card (To be entitled for higher limits above 10K, if eligible)
  • Valid legal entity document such as Commercial register “Based on entity type”, Tax Card, Operating license “Based on entity type”
  • Recent Utility Bill copy (It can be submitted after obtaining approval, but it is a mandatory for obtaining the financing)

What electronics and appliances do the program cover?

What electronics and appliances do the program cover? 150 150 Menna Ghoniem

You can buy any electronics and appliances from refrigerators, mobiles, aircons, washing machines, microwaves and more as long as it’s available at our partner stores

What is Home Appliances Loan?

What is Home Appliances Loan? 150 150 Menna Ghoniem

Home Appliances Loan allows you to buy any appliances in affordable monthly installments instead of paying the full price in one transaction.