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For a $5,000 36-month loan at an interest rate of 5.99% with a 1% origination fee of $50.00, you will receive a loan amount of $4,950.00 and will make 36 monthly payments of about $153.61 at a 5.99% APR. Total loan cost would be $5,595.00.
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Our personal loan lenders work nationwide and continuously try to offer you the funds you are looking for. These loan products have a 61 day minimum and 72 month maximum repayment terms. The following is an APR Disclosure. The Annual Percentage Rate describe the interest rate for the whole year. It is a charge expressed as an annual rate. 247LoanPros cannot guarantee any APR, since we are a lending network. When accepting a loan from a lender, the lender can provide a different APR than our range. An APR can run up to 35.95%. Please check the loan disclosure before submitting and signing the agreement for your loan.
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