GE MONEY
GE Money (Consolidation Loan)
        
A GE Money Debt Consolidation Loan helps to put an end to the hassle of managing multiple debts from different lenders. They enable you to roll your debt into one manageable payment, making budgeting easier. You can set the repayment up by direct debt to occur weekly, fortnightly or monthly – whatever suits you best. Please make sure that you read all of their terms and conditions in detail before you apply so that you thoroughly understand your obligations. If you have any questions contact their customer support team.
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Broker
Advantages:
1. You can easily apply online
 2. Paying by direct debit saves you time and the hassle of manual repayments, it also helps you to avoid fees from missed or late payments.
Disadvantages:
1. $250 establishment fee
2. $10 loan service fee per month
3. Early termination fees apply if you repay your loan in full before the end of your loan term: $150 if you’re less than half way through your loan term and $75 if you’re more than half way through your loan term
Services:
1. You'll usually deal with just one person from your local branch who will handle your application from start to finish, helping you with the paper work along the way

APR: From 14.29%Loan Amount: From $3,000
Min Term: 2 yearsMax Term: 7 years

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
You need to be at least 18 years of age, a permanent Australian resident and in regular paid employment to apply.
Identification:
Personal, Financial and Employment details.
Suitable:
Easier to manage your finances
Restrictions:
1. You need to be at least 18 years of age, a permanent Australian resident and in regular paid employment to apply.
        
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