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Get A Line Of Credit From Mogo And Get 50$ Cash Back

We’ve teamed up with Mogo; a leading financial services company in Canada that has been trusted by Canadians since 2003, to offer an exclusive $50 cash back offer you won’t find anywhere else!

How To Get Your $50 Cash Back From Mogo1

  1. Apply for a loan pre-approval with Mogo for a line of credit of at least $5002
  2. Once approved, successfully make your first line of credit payment
  3. Receive your $50 right to your bank account via Interac e-Transfer within 14 days of making your first line of credit payment

Why Choose Mogo?

Mogo is an easy no-fuss option to help Canadians, just like you, take control of their financial future with confidence.

  • Easy online application via your MogoMoney dashboard
  • Check to see how much you qualify for with no impact to your credit
  • Get funded as soon as the same day
  • 100-day money-back guarantee
  • One-time free credit score3

Who Is Mogo?

Mogo is a Canadian company that was founded in 2003 by David Marshall Feller. It is a financial technology company that aims to help Canadians better manage their finances through inclusive and sustainable products. They currently offer numerous financial products and services including personal loans, mortgages, credit score monitoring, a prepaid credit card, and cryptocurrency. Their services are available in every province except Quebec and over 1.8 million Canadians have already become Mogo members. Learn more about Mogo at www.mogo.ca!

Disclaimer

1-This offer is open to new and existing MogoMembers in, AB, ON, NB, PE, NL and NS who have never had a MogoMoney credit product. Eligible MogoMembers who use the unique referral link provided by Loans Canada to apply for and receive funding of a new Mogo of at least $500 between Thursday, Nov 23 2023 and Nov 30 2023 and successfully make their first loan payment will receive a $50 cashback bonus (the “Cashback”). The Cashback will be issued via an Interac e-transfer to the email address associated with your MogoAccount. If your first loan payment is not successfully processed and received by Mogo, you will not receive the Cashback. You will not be eligible for the Cashback if you are in default of any of your obligations to Mogo or in violation of the MogoAccount or any other Mogo Terms and Conditions. Mogo will not be responsible for any technical or other impediments which may delay or prevent the delivery of the Cashback to you. Mogo reserves the right to change or terminate this offer at any time without notice in its sole discretion. All decisions regarding Cashback eligibility by Mogo are final and binding.

2-Pre-approval is based on information submitted in your MogoAccount application and/or other information that indicates you could meet our underwriting requirements. Your pre-approval for credit remains subject to our credit approval process which includes but is not limited to income and identity verification and validation of information submitted through the Mogo.ca website. To meet our underwriting requirements further documentation may be requested from you. Minimum income requirements may apply for some products. Approval is not guaranteed and we reserve the right to deny services to you. Final approval is subject to review and verification of income and supporting documents provided.

3-Free credit score is provided by Equifax and is only available to MogoAccount holders that have passed identity verification. The Equifax credit score is based on Equifax’s proprietary model and may not be the same score used by third parties to assess your creditworthiness. The provision of this score to you is intended for your own educational use. Third parties will take into consideration other information in addition to a credit score when evaluating your creditworthiness. Equifax® is a registered trademark of Equifax Canada Co., used here under license. No one can prevent all identity fraud and Mogo does not monitor all transactions at all businesses. Refer to the MogoAccount Terms & Conditions for more information https://www.mogo.ca/terms-and-conditions.

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Priyanka Correia, BComm

Priyanka Correia is a Marketing Coordinator and personal finance expert at Loans Canada. Priyanka completed her Bachelor's degree in Marketing at Concordia University and has published work that has been mentioned in various news media. She is passionate about money management and educating Canadian consumers about how to take control of their financial lives.

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