Our gift to you.
POSTED IN ARTICLES ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2020
Get 2% off personal loans of up to $10,000 until Dec. 31.
Expenses always go up this time of year, whether it's your heating bill, gifts, food – or all of the above. Take some of the stress out of your holiday season with our gift to you: a reduced rate on a personal loan from Veridian.
When you apply for a personal loan* of up to $10,000, you'll get 2% off your interest rate. That means you could get a rate as low as 5.25% APR* on a 12-month term to fund all your holiday happenings.
You can also use that low rate to get rid of higher-interest debt like credit card balances. Paying off $10,000 over three years at 7.25% APR instead of the average credit card rate of 16.43% APR would save you a whopping $1,500 and lower your payment by $40 a month. That's more than enough to fill a stocking or six. Check out our rates and terms to see what makes the most sense for your unique financial situation.
No matter how you celebrate the holiday season, fund it with a personal loan from Veridian. Applying is fast and easy, so you can squeeze it in between a mug of hot cocoa and wrapping presents. Don't delay: You need to apply by Dec. 31 to get the 2% discount.
Helping you with the holidays? That's the value of Veridian.
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rate discount of 2% applies for the life of the loan and is available through 12/31/20. Includes Loyalty Program discount of 0.25% APR when enrolled in eDocs and while maintaining direct deposit of net income to Veridian or, if unavailable, a minimum of 10 qualifying checking account transactions per month. Borrowers will lose discount if they fail to meet Loyalty Program qualifications during loan term. Offer applies only to unsecured personal loans of up to $10,000, excluding Premier Personal and PAL loans. Loan must be new to Veridian and cannot be used to pay off other Veridian loans. Rates, terms and conditions subject to change and may vary based on qualifications, including creditworthiness. All loans subject to approval. See Veridian for details.
Average charged credit card rate as of August 2020, according to the Federal Reserve.