MyState Unsecured Personal Loan from MyState

  No early exit penalty
  Extra repayments allowed
  Has Redraw Facility
  100% Loan Available
Company MyState
Initial Monthly Repayment $682.44 per month
Secured / Unsecured Unsecured
Total Repayment $41,546.33
Advertised Rate 12.99% Variable
Comparison Rate 13.94%
Rate Type Variable
Application Fees $200
Ongoing Fees $10 Monthly
Early Repayment Penalty $0
Missed Payment Penalty $30
Encumberance/REVVS Check Fee $0
Doc Release Fee $0
Minimum Loan Amount $3,000
Maximum Loan Amount $50,000
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More about MyState

On 1 July 2007, two co-operatives - islandstate and connect financial - merged to form what is now known as MyState Financial. From its Tasmanian roots, MyState Financial has grown to over 144,000 members. Their managed assets stand at more than $1.8billion. MyState Financial provide their community with financial products and solutions which include home loans, term deposits, savings accounts and transaction accounts.

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