Lime Cash and Lime Money are a group of financial companies that provide lending services. The main idea is micro-lending to the population, providing short-term (up to 30 days) loans through a developed branch network and online. For seven years of existence, the pandemic period is experienced a little easier, given the previously gained experience. “The company started its work in 2013, and every year is significant for us because we have grown and developed rapidly. We successfully overcame the crisis of 2014, when we lost some branches on the Autonomous Republic of Crimea territory, in Luhansk and Donetsk regions. Therefore, we believe that we will be able to pass this period of quarantine with dignity.” Tetyana does not plan to stop a business due to quarantine. On the contrary, she uses this time to help more people who are in trouble. Microcredit has a great social mission all over the world, namely, to help people in times of urgent need. It is precisely the time. A vast number of people are sent on unpaid leave, there is a lack of savings, banks are reluctant to lend during this period, so financial companies are almost the last hope of people to get money. Of course, the risks of loan default have increased. We are now more meticulous in assessing our potential borrowers. However, we will make every effort to support customers in difficult times and contribute to restoring the country’s financial stability.