Providing fast, fair, and personalized personal loans is Plenti’s goal, and five-star reviews are their game. Founded in 2014, Plenti (formerly known as RateSettler) is Australia’s first consumer lending platform that enables ordinary Australians to invest directly in consumer loans. Committed to helping clients bring their big ideas to life,Read More →

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Editor’s note: 3.25 out of 5 stars The bottom line: Citibank offers personal loans with decent interest rates compared to the competition. However, only existing Citi customers are eligible for loans and the amount you can borrow is limited. Citibank personal loan amounts and interest rates Citibank loan amounts rangeRead More →

Editor’s note: 3.25 out of 5 stars The bottom line: USAA offers solid rates on its personal loans and a wide range of loan amounts, but the bank has restrictive membership requirements that make the company inaccessible to some borrowers. USAA personal loan amounts and interest rates USAA personal loanRead More →

What you need to know about unsecured personal loans from WMO. Whether you need a personal loan to finance home renovations, a car, a wedding, or other life expenses that arise, it can be difficult to find the right provider. The interest rate is only one thing you need toRead More →

The pandemic has turned the lives of many people upside down: some have managed to maintain and increase their income, while others, unfortunately, have partially or totally lost them. Therefore, it is not surprising that people started looking for additional income opportunities and taking out personal use loans to stayRead More →

The peer-to-peer consumer credit market has seen upheaval over the past 18 months or so with a number of exits and new entrants. RateSetter exited the space following its acquisition by Metro Bank. And in late 2019, Leap Lending was launched while this year Connective Lending and Plend both joinedRead More →