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1Rates: To get a Personal Loan (“Loan”) with the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) shown above, you must reside in MA, RI, CT, NH, NJ, PA, NY, DE, ME, VT, or DC, meet our highest credit standards, and use automatic payment (ePay) from any Santander Bank N.A. checking account. Loan APRs (with ePay) are 6.99%, 8.99%, 10.99%, 12.99%, 14.99%, or 16.99%, depending upon your creditworthiness. The minimum Loan amount is $5,000 and the maximum is $35,000. The APR on the Loan will increase by 0.25 percentage points and the payment will increase, if ePay is not elected or is discontinued. APRs and other terms are accurate as of 4/3/17, and may change thereafter. A Santander checking account is not required to qualify for a Loan, but use of ePay from a Santander checking account will result in an interest rate discount. Loan accounts are subject to approval.
Payment examples on a Loan of $10,000 for 60 months are as follows:
2National Average APR for a credit card as of 3/15/17 (Source: Creditcards.com).