Debt consolidation loans
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Are you having a hard time keeping up with all your debt payments? Are you making your monthly payments and not seeing the balances decrease? If you are looking for a way to simplify your monthly payments, consider a personal loan for debt consolidation from OneMain.
Debt consolidation consists of taking out one new loan to pay off multiple debts. In other words, you are replacing multiple loans with one loan. For example, if you have six different debts with an outstanding balance of $10,000, you could apply for one personal loan for that amount. If approved, you can pay off all six debts at once and only make one monthly personal loan payment going forward. If you pay on time, your payment amount would be the same every month, making it easier to budget.
If you need to get control of multiple debts, we are here to help. Our personal loan specialists are committed to helping you find the best loan for your needs in a timely manner. Take command of your financial future. Apply for a OneMain personal loan for debt consolidation today.
Advantages of a OneMain debt consolidation loan include:
I wanted to consolidate my credit card bills...within an hour, I was not only offered a bigger loan; I was walking out the door with my check…I now have one easy payment less than half of what I was paying out monthly. +
I needed a consolidation loan for 2 credit card debts. My application was easy on-line. The time in the office was very brief, but everything was explained in a detailed, thorough fashion. Thank you, [Springleaf]. +
+These customer testimonials reflect individuals’ personal experiences, so you may not have the same results. The testimonials were submitted for Springleaf, which has changed its name to OneMain.
You should consider that the overall cost of refinancing an existing balance may be greater than the cost of separate financing, if it is available. You should consider that while refinancing your existing debts with a new loan may reduce your total monthly debt payments, the new loan may increase both the total number of monthly payments and the total amount paid over the term of the loan. If you are a current customer with us, we may require that your existing loan balance with us be paid off by the new loan.