Pursuant to RBI vide Circular DNBS.CC.PD.No.266/03.10.01/2010-11 dated March 26, 2012 and vide Circular DNBS.CC.PD.No.320/03.10.01/2012-13 dated February 18, 2013 (“Guidelines”), issued to Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs), the Board of Directors have adopted a Fair Practices Code for Zen Lefin Private Limited (“Company”).
The Fair Practices Code, as adopted herein below, is in conformity with the Guidelines on Fair Practices Code for NBFCs as contained in the aforesaid RBI Circular.
The Company's business will be conducted in accordance with prevailing statutory and regulatory requirements, with due focus on efficiency, customer-orientation and corporate governance principles. In addition, the Company will adhere to the Fair Practices Code in its functioning, the key elements of which are as follows:
The Company will refrain from interference in the affairs of the customer except for the purposes provided for in the terms and conditions of the loan agreement (unless new information, not earlier disclosed by the customer, has come to the notice of the Company).
The Company will not discriminate loan applications based on grounds of sex, caste and religion.
In case of receipt of request from the borrower for transfer of borrowal account, the consent or otherwise – i.e., objection of the Company, if any – shall be conveyed to the borrower within 21 days from the date of receipt of any request. Such transfer shall be as per transparent contractual terms in consonance with law.
In the matter of recovery of loans, our Company staffs are adequately trained to deal with customers and shall not resort to any harassment – such as persistently bothering the borrowers at odd hours, use of muscle power for recovery of loans, etc.
The policy aims to minimize the instances of customer complaints through proper service delivery and review mechanism and to ensure prompt redressal of customer grievances.
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Where a complaint can be made.
To whom a complaint can be made.
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What to do if you are not satisfied about the outcome.
Our staff will help you with any questions you have.
We will tell you where to find details of our procedure for handling complaints fairly and quickly.
If your complaint has been received in writing, we will make sure to send you an acknowledgement/ a response within a week through letter/mail. If your complaint is relayed over phone at our designated telephone helpdesk or customer service number, we shall provide you a complaint reference number and keep you informed of the progress within a reasonable period of time.
After examining the matter, we will send you our final response within 30 days of the receipt of your complaint and will tell you how to take your complaint further if you are still not satisfied.
Within 30 days of lodging a complaint with us, if you do not get a satisfactory response from us and you wish to pursue other avenues for redressal of grievances, you may approach the Officer-in-Charge of the regional office of the department of Non-Banking supervision of RBI.
Mode of Complaints
Capital Float aims to provide the best customer service possible and is consistently striving on creating a robust and efficient customer service platform. We at Capital Float aim to delight our customers with our services. Considering customer profile, their literacy level and vulnerability, Capital Float has identified various channels of sourcing customer complaints proactively: Telephone:
Telephone:You can call us on 1800 419 0999 (toll-free) and log your grievance between 9.30 am to 6.30 pm on week days and 9.30 am to 1:30 pm on Saturdays, excluding government holiday.
Email:You can write to the following email ID as well: firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal/courier:You can also send your queries through post/courier to Capital Float, 'Gokaldas Chambers' #222/14, 3rd floor, 5th Main, Bellary Road, Sadashivanagar, Bangalore - 560 080 Level 2:
If the resolution you receive from the above is not to your satisfaction, please write to our Complaints Management Cell, (Manager – Customer Services) at email@example.comLevel 3:
If you are still dissatisfied with the resolution you receive, you may write to our Grievance Redressal Officers, (Vivian P Josey) at firstname.lastname@example.orgLevel 4:
If you are still dissatisfied with the resolution you receive from above, you may further write to our Nodal Officers (Gaurav Hinduja) at email@example.com If the complaint / dispute is not redressed by Capital Float within a period of one month, you may appeal to the Officer-in-Charge of the Regional Office of Department of Non-Banking supervision of RBI – Bangalore.
E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Company has laid down appropriate internal principles and procedure in determining interest rates, processing fees and other charges. The Company has adopted an interest rate model taking into account relevant factors such as, cost of funds, margin and risk premium, etc. and determine the rate of interest to be charged for loans and advances. The rate of interest and the approach for gradations of risk and rationale for charging different rate of interest to different categories of customers shall be communicated explicitly in the sanction letter.
The Company has a built in re-possession clause in the loan agreement with the customer which is legally enforceable. To ensure more transparency, the terms and conditions of the loan agreement contains provisions regarding: