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ZestMoney raised $50 million in a Series C funding round
By Tsani Gramatikova access_time 1 min read

What is ZestMoney?

ZestMoney is an AI-driven EMI buy now pay later platform.

What does ZestMoney do?

The platform helps its users to split the cost of big purchases over some time.

Who owns ZestMoney?

Ashish Anantharaman, Lizzie Chapman, and Priya Sharma founded the company in 2015 in Bengaluru, India.

How much has ZestMoney raised?

ZestMoney raised $50 million in a Series C funding round. The company has raised a total of $118.4 million in funding over ten rounds.

Who has invested in ZestMoney?

Sixteen investors fund ZestMoney. Zip Co and Primrose Hills Ventures are the most recent investors.

What domain name does ZestMoney operate on?

ZestMoney has chosen a country extension domain name

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