## Where I can pay Sumisho?

Q: WHERE CAN I PAY? We have several payment channels to suit your need, namely: 7-11, Cebuana Lhuillier, SM, LBC, BPI, BDO, Metrobank, and other payment centers nationwide.

### Who is the owner of Sumisho?

Sumisho Motor Finance Corporation is a joint venture company established by Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank) and Sumitomo Corporation (Japan).

#### How much is the penalty in Sumisho?

a 5%

A penalty charge is a 5% fee rate that shall be applied (daily) by Sumisho to your total amount due for insufficient or non-payment of your monthly amortization.

**How is motor installment calculated?**

The equation to find the monthly payment for an installment loan is called the Equal Monthly Installment (EMI) formula. It is defined by the equation Monthly Payment = P (r(1+r)^n)/((1+r)^n-1). The other methods listed also use EMI to calculate the monthly payment. r: Interest rate.

**What are the requirements for installment motorcycle?**

What are the Requirements for a Motorcycle Loan?

- Duly accomplished application form.
- Photocopy of government-issued IDs.
- Payslips.
- Proof of Billing.
- Income Tax Return (ITR)
- Certificate of Business Registration (DTI)
- Latest Financial Statements (for businesses)
- Audited Financial Statements or AFS (for businesses)

## How do I find installments?

### What is installment price?

Noun. 1. installment rate – the amount of money paid out per unit time. payment rate, rate of payment, repayment rate. charge per unit, rate – amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis; “a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost $5”

#### What kind of loan can I get for a motorcycle?

When you look at motorcycle loans, you’ll see two main types of loan products: secured and unsecured. A secured loan uses the motorcycle as collateral, which means the lender could repossess it if you cannot make the payments. An unsecured loan relies solely on your credit score.

**How monthly installment is calculated?**

The EMI amount is calculated by adding the total principal of the loan and the total interest on the principal together, then dividing the sum by the number of EMI payments, which is the number of months during the loan term. For example, a borrower takes a $100,000 loan with a 6% annual interest rate for three years.

**How much is a 10000 car loan a month?**

With a three-year $10,000 loan at a 4.5% interest rate, your monthly payments would be $297 per month or more if you include the sales tax in the loan.