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Loan Amount : $100 to $40,000
The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is the amount of interest you would pay on a personal loan over the course of a full year. The cost of the loan and APR depend on several factors, including the lender and/or lending partner, credit history, employment history, and applicable law. Your APR also depends on the desired loan amount and length of the repayment period. Rates on personal loans range from 6% to 35.99%. Personal loan rates won’t exceed 35.99% APR, including fees. Personal loan repayment periods can vary between 2 and 180 months. No repayment in under 61 days with personal loans.
The terms of your loan, including the APR, fees, finance charges, and other terms are disclosed during the loan request process after you are directed to the lender’s and/or lending partner’s loan agreement. This information is strictly between you and the lender and/or lending partner you are connected with. Not all customers will be eligible for a loan or meet the criteria to receive the best terms or lowest interest rate.
The examples represent sample rates, are for informational purposes only, and may not reflect the actual APRs offered by your lender and/or lending partner.