If a borrower decides to pay back earlier, we execute an early repayment as soon as we receive information from the loan originator about a successful payment. Outstanding pricipal and interest is paid to the investors. Any interest and pricipal that would be accumulated between the early repayment date and the initial asset term is not paid to the users.
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What happens if a borrower decides to pay back earlier?
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