Salary advance in 3 minutes

No interest rates, no SCHUFA, no stress. from 50€ up to 1000€ in a few minutes

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4 steps to your salary advance

Register for free

Only your email address, telephone number and a few more data about you and your employer are needed for the free registration

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Connect salary account

Choose your bank and connect your bank account. In case you have more than one bank account, please select your salary account.

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Select the amount

If all requirements are met, you can choose and apply for the desired amount for your salary advance with just a few clicks.

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Expect payout

The money will be on your bank account within 3-5 business days. We make every effort to make sure you get your money faster.

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500€ net

Regular monthly income of at least 500 EUR net


Existing, non-terminated employment

18 years

At least 18 years old with residence in Germany

Salary account and mobile

Salary account and cell phone in Germany

No back debits

No back debits in the last 12 months

Healthy finances

Healthy personal financial management

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Frequently asked questions

Do you have a question regarding our service? We have answers. If you have more questions, contact us via email.

Are there any preliminary costs for me?

No! We only collect the fee that we show you before transferring the salary advance to your account.

How much is the fee for the salary advance?

The fee for a successful retrieval of a salary advance is a maximum of EUR 3 per payment made.

What is the maximum amount of salary advance?

The amount of the salary advance can be up to 30% of the net salary earned up to the day of the withdrawal.

Our Team

Experience & Design of the Future

Dr. Gamal Moukabary

Gamal studied electrical engineering and graduated in mechanical engineering at the Frauenhofer institute. After his work at McKinsey & Company he was the CEO and founder of several FinTech companies, including bonify and Regis24. He is also an early-stage investor.

Robert Moukabary

Robert studied economics in Berlin and Hong Kong. During his studies he worked at the Institute of Accounting (HU-Berlin), the consulting firm KPMG and the FinTech Raisin.