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Weddings aren't cheap! Getting engaged and planning a wedding is one of the most exciting experiences for a couple. It can also be a stressful and expensive time as well!
Did you know the average cost of a wedding is $36,200?
Choosing a venue, finding the perfect dress and the right photographer is already challenging. And keeping it all within your budget can make planning your wedding very stressful.
Plan your dream wedding without a stressful credit card debt
Studies have shown 11% of millennials regret putting their wedding expenses on their credit card because of the high interest rates.
Let us help you pay for your wedding
We're not a bank! We are a society of people helping people. SocietyOne can provide you with a loan that is backed by a group of investors who are willing to help others in need.
We'll also reward you with an interest rate that's tailored to your credit rating. The higher your credit score, the lower your interest rate!
To help you pay for your wedding, we'll provide you with an unsecured loan for the amount you wish to borrow. These funds are usually available in your account 2 - 3 days after approval.
You'll repay the unsecured loan in fortnightly or monthly repayments over a period of 2, 3 or 5 years.
Learn more about unsecured loans
Have your dream wedding and pay it off with regular monthly or fortnightly repayments.
Increase your budget so you can lock in the venue and vendors you want the most.
Set a date for your wedding and another one to have it paid off within 2, 3 or 5 years.
Thank you. So easy to deal with and it all went very easy. You have made a Hugh difference to my life.
Flo December 2017
Society One has given me a chance that the big banks wouldn’t and funded a debt consolidation loan for me. Through some really tough family times over the last few years I had become deep in debt, the late payment fees and trying to keep track of my debts was extremely stressful. Now through Society One I have the opportunity to have one single payment with a manageable payment I feel like the world has lifted off my shoulders!!! Thank you so much, you cannot imagine the difference this has made to my family’s life!
Lilly November 2017
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Join the thousands of Australians who have found a personal loan with a fairer rate.
We never charge any monthly or early repayment fees. Loans available for a minimum term of 2 years and a maximum term of 5 years.
|SocietyOne Loan |
|Interest Rate |
% p.a. (2-3 years)
|Interest Rate |
% p.a. (5 years)
|Comparison Rate |
% p.a. (2-3 years)2
|Comparison Rate |
% p.a. (5 years)3
|Tier 1||7.50% - 9.99%||8.10% - 10.59%||3.00% - 4.00%||9.51% - 12.71%||9.36% - 12.31%|
|Tier 2||10.49% - 11.49%||11.39% - 12.39%||4.25%||13.38% - 14.40%||13.23% - 14.25%|
|Tier 3||11.99% - 13.79%||13.19% - 14.99%||4.50%||15.08% - 16.91%||15.17% - 17.00%|
|Tier 4||14.99% - 18.19%||16.79% - 19.99%||5.00%||18.48% - 21.75%||19.07% - 22.34%|
The establishment fee is added to your loan; the amount is based on your SocietyOne loan grade and the loan amount. A $35 fee applies if you need to vary your loan. 2 Based on a $10,000 unsecured personal loan for a 3 year term. 3 Based on a $30,000 unsecured personal loan for a 5 year term.
36 x $320.39 = $11,534.20
*SocietyOne rate is based on an unsecured personal loan of $over 3 years to a borrower with excellent credit (Tier 1 borrower). Tier 1 borrowers will receive an interest rate between % - 9.99% (comparison rate % - 12.71% p.a.) depending on investor demand. Higher Tier borrowers will receive higher interest rates. Comparison does not take into account short term bank promotional rates. WARNING: The comparison rates are true only for the examples provided and may not include all fees and charges. Different loan grades, terms, fees or loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Establishment fee applies.
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