GE Money - Consolidation Loan
(Which Way To Pay - 5/1/2011)
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 loan making budgeting easier.
You can set the repayment up by direct debt to occur weekly, fortnightly or monthly – whatever suits you best. With GE Money your application can easily be made online and you can pay by direct debit rather than by manual repayments, which could help you avoid fees from missed or late payments. However, on the downside there is a $250 establishment fee and a $10 per month loan service fee.
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. Under normal circumstances you will deal with one person from your local branch who will handle your application from start to finish.
The minimum APR will be 14.9 %. You can borrow anywhere from $3000. The minimum term is two years and the maximum term is seven years. This will be an unsecured loan but you must be at least eighteen years old to apply.
GE Money is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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