Manage your loan details
Every loan you take from Bajaj Finserv is assigned a unique number called the loan account number (LAN). Your LAN serves as an identifier and helps you keep track of your loan details. This includes its status (active or closed), the count of EMIs repaid, and the outstanding amount.
View your loan details
You can check your loan details in My Account by following these simple steps:
- Click on the ‘Sign-in’ button on this page to visit our customer portal.
- Enter your mobile number and the OTP to sign-in.
- Verify your details with your date of birth and proceed.
- Select the loan for which you want to view details from the ‘My Relations’ section.
- View details such as EMI amount, next due date, and more.
You can find all your loan details by clicking on the ‘Check your loan details’ option below. You’ll be asked to sign-in to My Account. Once signed-in, you’ll be redirected to the ‘My Relations’ section, where you can select your loan account to view its details.
When you borrow a loan, it’s important to track your loan details. This will help you manage your loan and plan your finances better. You can check your ongoing Bajaj Finance loan details such as, the total number of EMIs paid, next due date and more.
You can access all these details by visiting My Account. All you have to do is sign-in, select your loan account from ‘My Relations’ and find all your loan details.
Check your loan account
Use your mobile number and the OTP to sign-in to our customer portal.
Frequently asked questions
If you’ve opted for a loan from Bajaj Finance, you can check details online by following these simple steps.
- Click on the ‘Check your loan details’ text given below to go to our customer portal – My Account.
- Enter your registered mobile number and the OTP to sign-in.
- Verify your details by entering your date of birth and proceed.
- Find your loan details such as loan amount, rate of interest, EMI due date and more.
Part-prepaying your loan might help you in reducing your EMI amount or loan tenure. However, in case you’ve opted for our Flexi Loan variants, you can reduce your EMI if you’re part-prepaying your loan. However, in the case of a Term Loan, you can choose to either reduce your EMI or the loan tenure.