Not very clear how it works with "Expected maturity date" changing tha much
invested in a loan with original maturity date on 19.06.2022 (Short term), then I checked it later and I see that the expected maturity date is on 16.12.2022  almost 6 months later.
If I red well this  https://www.mintos.com/en/scheduleextension/  the borrower can request an extension from 31 to 180 days (?) and he can do it 6 times (up to 1140 days). That does not sound as a short term.
I know that the interested is payed, but sometimes it is not only about the gain, but predictability also.
Sounds a bit too complicated.

On the page you link to it gives you the answer: "The total number of possible extension days is 180." So not 1140.
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Let's read it carefully: "The reflected maximum number of extension periods is 6, and the usual amount of days per extension period is 31. The total number of possible extension days is 180."
So  Maximum extension periods = 6 > ClearUSUSAL amount of days PER EXTENSION PERIOD is 31
NUMBER OF POSSIBLE EXTENSION DAYS is 180  it does not say it is per extension. Yes, there is word in the sentence "total", but it is still not explicitly say  Total per extension or total for all extensions per loan.
Getting back to the example of the load I invested in  it seems it was just one extension for 180 days, not multiple ones. So in a way, the question is if we could expect another extension?
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Dear AN, please read more about extensions here https://www.mintos.com/blog/updateonthemaximumnumberofextensionperiodsanddays/ . The total number overall of possible extensions days is 180.
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