Mintos review – Results after 36 months

Mintos review


This Mintos review is based entirely on my experiences after 3 years of investing. Always do your own research.


What is Mintos?

Mintos is a Latvian P2P investment marketplace that connects alternative lending companies with investors all over the world. The platform launched in January 2015 and currently serve 59 loan originators and more than 100 000 investors from 73 countries. Loans worth more than 1.5 billion euro’s have been funded since it’s inception.

Mintos has three offices employing 51 people in Riga, Warsaw and Mexico City, with offices shortly opening in Brazil, Russia and South East Asia. By the end of the year, they plan to double the number of employees. Continue reading “Mintos review – Results after 36 months”

Grupeer review – Sign up process and first impressions

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This Grupeer review is based entirely on my experiences. Always do your own research.


What is Grupeer?

Grupeer is a P2P platform I have been following on the sideline for quite some time now. (Actually, I think it’s more appropriate to call it a P2B platform, as all their loans are to businesses.)

The company was registered in October 2016 and the platform was launched in February 2017. When I found them in September 2017 they only had a small number of investors so I was a bit hesitant to get involved. I chose to put them on the radar and follow them closely for a period of time.

More than 7 months have passed since then. They have grown in size and credibility and proven their existence to the point where I’m ready to invest. More than 1.000 investors have joined at the time of writing. One of my readers often points out that Grupeer is his favorite P2P platform so I’m excited to get started! Continue reading “Grupeer review – Sign up process and first impressions”

CROWDESTOR review – First impressions


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Introduction

I recently found a new platform called CROWDESTOR. It’s a brand new crowdfunding platform based in Tallinn, Estonia. Continue reading this Crowdestor review to learn more about the company.

Funded projects

Their first project was launched on 14-02-2018 and features a TESLA TAXI Park in Riga. Loan term is 12 months and interest payouts of 17% will be paid on the 5th every month. Principal invested will be returned after 12 months.

You can read a lot more about the project here

I was really impressed with my Taxify experience in Tallinn, Estonia. When I saw a project like this, offering a 17% interest rate and monthly payments, I had to invest in it!

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Visiting Bondora’s office in Tallinn


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Last week I traveled to Tallinn, Estonia to visit Bondora. I brought my mom who also invested in Bondora. Visiting a company always gives a better impression of your investment decision. Most of my questions had already been answered on email beforehand but we got a chance to meet and greet the people working there which I highly appreciate.

We traveled with airBaltic from Denmark, through Riga to Tallinn. During the visit we were staying at the TALLINK Spa & Conference Hotel, located in the old town of Tallinn. It’s a nice hotel with a very good breakfast buffet and a wonderful Spa area.

TALLINK Spa & Conference Hotel

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Robocash review


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Robocash review – First impressions

I was a little skeptical investing into Robocash initially. They didn’t have much information available on their website and some parts were written in poor English. Furthermore they had this picture of Dmitry-Balakhnin (Chief Brand Officer) to represent the company. I’m sure Dmitry is a great guy but let me be honest to say I was hesitant to trust him with my money. (They updated the website shortly after I signed up in August 2017 and it looks a lot more professional now.) Continue reading “Robocash review”