Example based on a SocietyOne Tier 1 loan for $10,000 with a 3 year term.
Comparison Rate: 9.51%* + Monthly Repayment: $320.39 = Total Repayments: $11,534.20 (36 x $320.39)
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You are eligible for a SocietyOne personal loan if you:
Repayments can be made in either fortnightly or monthly instalments, by direct debit.
If you wish to make extra payments, please contact our customer service team on firstname.lastname@example.org. There are no fees or penalties for making extra payments or paying off your loan early.
If you are experiencing financial hardship and are having difficulty repaying your loan please contact customer service on email@example.com.
Yes, absolutely. SocietyOne encourages responsible borrowing and provides repayment flexibility. You can either pay out your loan early or make lump sum payments during the life of your loan with no extra fees or penalty. If you wish to pay off your loan completely then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can give you an accurate settlement quote.
We charge a one-off establishment fee. This is included in your total loan amount. There are no monthly fees or early repayment fees. So you have the security of a fixed rate loan, with the flexibility to pay it off early.
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