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Financial Thing Investing Essentials Podcast EP004
Guest: John Goodall / CEO & Co-Founder of Landbay
Welcome to episode 004 of the Financial Thing Investing Essentials Podcast.
As of December 5th, 2019, Landbay no longer offers retail peer to peer lending. New investors will no longer be accepted and existing investors will see their funds returned to their accounts. You can read my full Landbay summary here.
My guest this week is John Goodall, the CEO and co-founder of Landbay. I consider Landbay one of the safer peer to peer lending companies and it’s one of the companies I invest money through. You can read my full Landbay review and summary here.
John was a good sport, even after I painfully blessed him with one of my poorer joke offerings.
Here are some of the things John and I chatted about:
- When and why was Landbay was created
- The challenges Landbay experienced gaining customer trust
- Landbay’s profitability projections
- Future lender interest rate predictions
- Landbay’s IFISA popularity
- Assessment of how risky investing in Landbay is
- Future Landbay plans and products
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