Platforms on which We Made New Investments
A new crowdfunding company from Estonia with the ambition to be a serious competitor to Envestio. High yields in the area of 17 – 19%. Only six projects released so far, but you should keep an eye on this newcomer. It may pay off to get in the game early.
We started our investments in September and will be back for a full review. (Sign up here for a bonus)
P2P platform that started in November 2017 with loans provided by Aventus Group that has a 10-year track record on the lending market. Today, you can invest in loans from Czech Republic, Denmark, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Poland, Russia, and Ukraine.
We made our first investments in February 2019.
So far, we think this is a good platform for your first P2P investments. There are, however, small glitches in the software with delayed loading of statements and other information.
A full review is found here: PeerBerry Review.
Platforms in Which We Aren’t Fully Confident
Latvia-based platform with good track record, solid finances, and almost 18,000 investors. Offers loans in Russia (about 40%), Latvia (about 30%), Poland, Georgia, and Kazakhstan. 90% of their loans are short-term loans.
Our first portfolio includes only short-term loans from Russia, Latvia, and Poland. So far, most of our funds have been sitting idle on the account.
The low flow of new loans makes this platform less interesting. Since August, we have put all new investments on hold.
P2P Platforms In Which We Don’t Invest
What is P2P Investments Watch List?
P2P platforms are one of the fastest growing segments in financial services today. Like any other lucrative business, it will attract opportunists.
The team behind P2P-investments.org try to evaluate and review the most common and most popular platforms on the European market today. The purpose is NOT to give financial advice or recommendations, but to share our experiences and findings.
Even when our own investments are at stake or referral programs are in place, we stay unbiased and try to express our honest opinions.
All opinions expressed by P2P Investments on this website are strictly the views of our team.
Some P2P Sites May Come with a Risk
We recognize that some P2P sites can come with a higher risk than others. Sites where no investments are made by the team or our freelance writers are normally not reviewed. These sites include companies with a short track record, low volumes, or low transparency. Such sites end up on our watch list.
Note: appearance on this watch list does not mean that we have decided that a site or platform is less safe for investments.
What Does Green, Yellow, or Red Signals Mean?
Green means “Go”. A site may offer good P2P investment opportunities, but we have not yet made investments or reviewed it. It may be in the pipeline for investments and/or full review in a near future.
Yellow means “Caution”. We don’t feel comfortable investing on this platform at the moment. Usually a passive entry on our watch list. We may also have postponed or stopped investments.
Read means “Stop”. We will not consider this market place for investments or we may have stopped investing and withdrawn all funds.
This Watch List was last updated on September 10, 2019.