1Rates: To get a Personal Line of Credit (“Line”) with the annual percentage rate (APR) shown, you must reside in MA, RI, CT, NH, NJ, PA, NY, DE, ME, VT, MD or DC, have or open a Santander checking account, and use automatic payment (ePay) from that account. You must also meet our highest credit standards. For new Personal Lines of Credit, your initial APR is based on the U.S. Prime Rate published in the Money Rates table of The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on the date you sign the credit agreement. Thereafter, your APR may vary monthly and is based on the U.S. Prime Rate published in the Money Rates table of the WSJ on the first business day of the calendar month, plus a margin of 4.24% APR with ePay from any Santander checking account. Variable line of credit APR (with ePay) ranges from 7.49% to 18.00%, depending on your creditworthiness. Contact us for information about higher rates that may be available to applicants who do not meet those standards. Fees: An annual fee, if any, will be charged during the draw period in the first month after the account is opened and each year thereafter on the anniversary date. The amount of the annual fee will be $0, $25, or $50, based on the type of deposit account you have with Santander at the time the fee is assessed. Draw & Repayment Terms: The Line has a five-year draw period, during which you may obtain advances and elect either principal and interest or interest-only payments. Thereafter, no additional advances may be taken and line enters the five-year repayment period, during which you must repay principal and interest. Other Information: Line use is subject to the terms of the Personal Line of Credit Agreement, including terms that permit Lines to be suspended, reduced, or terminated in certain circumstances. The minimum Line amount is $5,000 and the maximum is $35,000. APRs and other terms are accurate as of 03/18/2020 and may change thereafter. A Santander checking account is not required to qualify for a Line or Loan, but use of ePay from a Santander checking account will result in an interest rate discount. If ePay is discontinued, the interest rate will increase by 0.25 percentage points, and your payment will increase. Line accounts are subject to approval.