Lending Club uses its low operating costs to pass savings on to investors in the form of solid returns and low investing costs. There are no hidden fees or charges. Lending Club collects fees from investors when they receive payment proceeds, so our revenue from investors is tied directly to their cash flow.
Lending Club provides servicing for the loans facilitated through our platform. This includes maintaining investor accounts, collecting and processing principal and interest payments from borrowers, and distributing these payments net of fees to investors. Investors pay Lending Club a service fee equal to one percent (1%) of the amount of any payments received within 15 days of the payment due date. If a borrower misses a payment, investors do not pay a service fee.
When borrowers miss payments and loans become late, Lending Club uses best practices from the banking industry to bring delinquent loans back to "current" status. Currently, Lending Club charges investors one of the following collection fees, which is deducted from any amount recovered:1) 18% of the amount recovered if the loan is 16 or more days late and no litigation is involved, or 2) 30% of hourly attorneys' fees, plus costs, if litigation is involved. Lending Club does not charge a collection fee if no payments are collected, and no collection fee will be charged in excess of the amount recovered.
Please note that Lending Club currently charges investors a reduced collection fee, which may be discontinued at any time. The normal collection fee is a percentage of the amount recovered: 30% if the loan is less than 60 days past due and was made to the borrower during the previous 90 days; 35% in all other cases, except litigation; 30% of hourly attorneys' fees in the event of litigation, plus costs.
Lending Club Notes are offered by prospectus filed with the SEC. Please consider the risks of investing.