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1Fixed rates starting at 5.9% to 25.9% for loans. Variable rates from 6.0% to 21.6% for lines of credit. Best interest rate available to borrowers with excellent credit and financial strength.
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|Typical business loan from
another leading online lender
|Repayment Term||1-5 years
(means lower monthly payments)
|Typically less than a year|
|Type of Rate||Fixed interest rate
simple and transparent
This is not an interest rate, and can make
expensive loans appear cheaper1
|Origination Fee||0.99% - 6.99%||2.5%|
|Early Pay Off||$0. You can eliminate interest costs by paying off any time||You’re charged interest for the entire
loan - even if you pay off early2
|Monthly payment per $10,000 borrowed3||$227 - $955||$509 - $3,900 (Daily payments required)|
|Total Annualized Rate4||8% - 32%||35% - 99%|
1 Factor rate is the financing cost divided by the loan amount - but that’s not how traditional interest rates work. For example, if you pay 30 cents for a one-year loan of one dollar, your factor rate is 30% but is equivalent to a 55% interest rate! Factor rates can make short-term loans appear less expensive than a traditional interest rate would.
2 These loans require you to repay a fixed amount of interest, so paying off early won't save you any money. In fact, it can increase your effective interest rate to 200% or more.
3 Payments calculated based on range of interest rates and repayment terms offered, assuming a loan amount of $10,000.
4 Total Annualized Rate shows all costs for one year in a single equivalent interest rate so that you can make apples-to-apples comparisons.