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Times have changed and the landscape of loans looks vastly different than it did ten years ago. Not only are there a number of new, different and creative providers out there that has to submit under a new National Credit Act and regulations, but, for the most part, the long queues and endless paperwork that was required to get a one has been exchanged for online applications that are processed within minutes. What does this mean for you?

Duplum means double, or perhaps double the trouble in the case of interest on loans. Literally translated, in duplum means 'double the amount'.

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