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Personal & Auto Loans From $1,500 - $30,0001

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But first, what exactly is a personal loan?

A personal loan is an installment loan that you can use for a variety of reasons2. From debt consolidation to home improvements to vacations, you can plan for both the expected and unexpected.

If approved, you’ll borrow a set amount of money at a fixed rate and pay it off over a scheduled period of time. Your scheduled payments lower your loan balance until the loan is paid in full. It can offer an alternative to credit cards by giving you a predictable and fixed repayment plan. And it may even help improve your credit if you pay on time.

How's it work?


Complete our online application

Tell us some of your personal, employment and financial information and get a quick decision on your loan request.


Meet with your loan specialist

If approved, we’ll have you visit a branch to verify your identity, income, expenses, employment and collateral (if applicable) and discuss your options.


Sign and receive your funds

After you review and accept your loan terms, you’ll sign your loan documents and receive your money.

Say you’re approved, now what?

You may be offered a secured or unsecured loan. A secured loan requires you to provide collateral, such as a motor vehicle, while an unsecured loan doesn’t require any collateral at all.

Our rates and terms1

$1,500 - $30,000
Loan Amount Range
16.05% - 35.99%
APR Range
24, 36, 48 or 60 Months
Term Lengths

Your terms vary based on personal information like credit history, income, expenses, debts and available collateral. As an example, if you borrowed $6,000 with a 24.99% APR and 60 month term, your payments would be $176.07 per month. This example is based on an average customer with good credit.

Get an idea of estimated monthly payments for different loan amounts with our personal loan calculator 3

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