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Personal Loans

If you need flexible financing options, a personal loan might be right for you. You can use a personal loan to pay off high-interest rate credit cards, consolidate  outstanding debt, or help finance important purchases.

Another benefit of a personal loan is helping to build or rebuild credit. Paying a personal loan early or on time each month will help you establish a steady history of debt repayment, improving your creditworthiness.

  • Available in amounts from $2,500 to $15,000
  • Maximum term of 48 months with a monthly payment not less than $100
  • Interest rate is 13%, or 12% with automatic withdrawal from a checking or savings account
  • Maximum debt ratio of 35% required
  • Applicant(s) must have two years of very good credit, must be joint applicant
  • Subject to Credit Approval

Find out how a personal loan can help you meet your financial goals today.

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