Rent out your computers, cameras, drones, caravans etc for money or borrow to save money

Rent out your computers, cameras, drones, caravans etc for money or borrow to save money

FatLama* is a website where you can rent or borrow pretty much anything for a fixed upfront cost, everything is insured (up to £25,000) and their 24/7 customer support are always on call if you need any instant advice.

Their top 10 users in the past 30 days (up to April 9th) earned between £2136-£7721 EACH.

How does FatLama protect people?

  • You have to submit personal information about yourself as well as a photo of you holding your ID.
  • They create a risk profile for all renters, those that fall outside of the typical profile require more information
  • Insurance is provided for all items

Join FatLama * and get £25 free credit to test the system.

What are other users saying about the service?

Best thing to have come out in awhile! I’m really enjoying making extra cash while I’m not using my own equipment.- Richard

Up £4000 already! On a whim I bought a vw campervan 2 years ago. I’ve used it myself and really enjoyed it, and when I saw a few on there I thought why not!!!

2 months later, I genuinely am booked out for 3 months solid this summer. Camper/motorhome owners, I really recommend it! I use a pay as you go insurance and fat lama has gotten me 10 rentals 🙂 – John

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*Post contains a referral link where we get paid for our recommendation but this doesn’t change the recommendations we make. The service is good, has decent reviews and is legit. When you lend on Fat Lama every item is covered by their insurance

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  • If you earn over your personal allowance (currently £12,570 a year) HMRC need to get their % cut (even if the money is in cash or from another country)
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