ECU Australia

Yes Personal Loan

ECU Credit Union was formed in 1973 by the employees of the Cairns Regional Electricity Board. From 1976 to 1997 the credit union experienced several major developments to its membership, the most important being the amendment of the Constitution of ECU Australia in 1997 which enabled all persons who use electricity to become a member of ECU Australia.
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Company ECU Australia
Repayment $322.44 per month
Secured / Unsecured Unsecured
Total Repayment $11,607.74
Advertised Rate 9.95% Variable
Comparison Rate 10.99%
Rate Type Variable
Application Fees $150
Ongoing Fees N/A
Early Repayment Penalty $0
Missed Payment Penalty $0
Encumberance/REVVS Check Fee $0
Doc Release Fee $0
Minimum Loan Amount $5,000
Maximum Loan Amount $80,000
Star Rating Not Rated
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Product Features

Will you be charged a fee for finalizing all loan repayments earlier than the agreed date, or for transferring to another company for the remaining life of the loan?
Will this loan allow you to make additional repayments on top of the minimum amounts due each payment frequency?
Whether this loan allows the option for you to redraw/take out excess funds
Whether this loan offers a maximum loan-to-value-ratio (LVR) i.e. no deposit is required

Selected personal loans ranked by the comparison rate on a balance of $10,000 over 3 years. Rates shown are minimum available and may vary depending on your individual circumstances and loan amount.

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