Lendful Reviews and Ratings

Lendful

At Lendful, qualified borrowers are eligible to receive personal loans of $5,000 to $35,000, which can be used for all sorts of expenses, such as debt consolidation, medical procedures, and travel. Although they have offices in Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto, and Calgary, they offer loans online (24/7) to borrowers in all of Canada’s major provinces. Choose from a 3 or 5 year fixed term with interest rates starting at 9.9% APR and no hidden fees. If you fill out their application form accordingly, you may be eligible to receive funding in as little as 24 hours. The better your credit history and finances look, the more loan money you can potentially access.

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Conditions & Rates


  • Interest rate:
    9.9%+
  • Amount:
    $5,000 - $35,000
  • Term:
    3 - 5 years

Eligibility & Documents


  • Who is eligible:
    Must be at least 19 years of age
    Must be a permanent Canadian resident
    Must have at a credit history of at least 3 years
    Must have a minimum credit score 600 - 640 (depending on your province)
    Must not be in a consumer proposal, bankruptcy, or other legal judgement
  • What you need to provide:
    Proof of income
    Active credit report

Repayment & Issuance


  • How fast can you get the money
    Within 24 hours
  • Funding method
    Direct deposit
  • How does repayment work
    Automatic debits
    Weekly
    Bi-weekly
    Monthly
    Semi-monthly
    Prepayments (optional)

Reviews & Ratings

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