Bank of Melbourne Personal Loan (Personal Loan)
Time to go on the holiday you’ve promised yourself for years? Follow your dreams with an Unsecured Personal Loan. You can borrow between $3,000 and $40,000 and choose to make repayments weekly, fortnightly or monthly. You could even receive conditional approval before you go shopping.
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Lender
1. Convenient redraw facility with our variable interest rate option1
2. Flexible personal loan repayment options. Choose a fixed interest rate for peace of mind that your repayments won’t change for the term of your loan, or a variable interest rate which lets you make extra repayments each month.
3. The term of your secured personal loan is your choice. Choose a term of
4. 1 to 7 years for variable interest rate loans
5. 1 to 5 years for fixed interest rate loans
1. There is a $195 Establishment Fee (Excludes government charges such as stamp duty, search fees, REVS fees or any other disbursements, wherever these are applicable.)
2. Monthly administration fee of $9
1. 10 to 15 minutes to complete your application
2. Choose to repay weekly, fortnightly or monthly

APR: 14.74% p.a.Loan Amount: $3,000 up to $40,000
Min Term: 1 yearMax Term: 5 years

Secured Loan: YesUnsecured Loan: No

Terms and Conditions:
See website for terms and conditions
Apply online now. It takes less than 15 minutes.
For those seeking a loan
To be eligible for this Bank of Melbourne Personal Loan you must be 18 years or older, and also a permanent Australian resident.
Bank of Melbourne Personal Loan (Which Way To Pay - 25/7/2013)
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