ANZ FIXED RATE PERSONAL LOAN
ANZ Fixed Rate Personal Loan (Personal Loan)
        
With the ANZ Fixed Rate Unsecured Personal Loan you know exactly how much your payments are for the term of your unsecured loan. ANZ provide a competitive interest rate which can help save you money on interest too. There is no maximum unsecured loan amount set and you can borrow for 1 7 years. In addition to this you can choose to pay weekly, fortnightly or monthly - whatever suits your budget.
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Lender
Advantages:
1. You can choose to pay weekly, fortnightly or monthly - whatever suits your budget.
2. You can aplpy online
3. You always know exactly how much your payments are.
4. With ANZ's competitive interest rate you could save money on interest
5. No maximum loan amount set
Disadvantages:
1. Fees and charges apply for early repayments, see website for details.
2. $150 covers application and loan establishment costs.
3. $30 quarterly fee
Services:
1. Minimum amount of loan $5,000
2. No maximum loan amount set.
3. Multiple repayment options.

APR: 14.60%Loan Amount: From $5,000
Min Term: 1 yearMax Term: 7 years

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
You must be over the age of 18 and a permanent Australian resident.
Identification:
Details about yourself, basic financial details and evidence of your income.
Suitable:
If you would like to know exactly how much your payments are.
Restrictions:
1. You must be over the age of 18 years
2. You must be a permanent Australian resident.
        
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ANZ Fixed Rate Personal Loan (Which Way To Pay - 10/1/2011)
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