How do I apply for a loan?

How do I apply for a loan?

After downloading the app, sign in to identify yourself by providing your personal and financial information on your profile to get your Carbon account upgraded to KYC level 2, which is the minimum level required to access a Carbon loan. 
Once done, click on "apply for loan" to complete an application with valid information, submit it and we will notify you within minutes of the loan decision.Additionally, loan offers expire after 72 hours if not accepted.
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