I had to put other because my favourite is Peerberry. Reason is very few defaults and at 60 days they are bought back anyway.
Anyone else tried Peerberry? Recommendations? I'm considering a dabble..
I am still testing Peerberry for a small amount. EUR P2P lending. Manual investing can be a pain, Auto-Invest doesn't work sometimes. Buyback works as expected so far and loan performance is good compared to other EUR platforms I am lending. Just no secondary market.
Abl seem to be a popular choice but have not really been on my radar. I would be interested to hear why they should be if anyone would care to comment. I will be looking for a home for my LW withdrawals soon.
Abl was one of my ticks. High returns, defaults (one should expect them at that rate) are dealt with very well, excellent functioning SM, very good communication with investors... I've been with Abl for over 3 years and not disappointed. My Abl p2p share is small (4.5%) reflecting the size of Abl loan book, but this is one of the platforms that I feel comfortable with to continue.