St.George Bank Unsecured Personal Overdraft from St.George Bank

  No early exit penalty
  Extra repayments allowed
  Has Redraw Facility
  100% Loan Available
Company St.George Bank
Initial Monthly Repayment $346.60 Monthly Repayment
Secured / Unsecured Unsecured
Total Repayment $12,657.72 Total Repayment
Advertised Rate 14.99% Variable
Rate Type Variable
Comparison Rate 16.01% Comparison Rate
Application Fees $0 Application Fees
Ongoing Fees $5 Monthly
Early Repayment Penalty $0
Missed Payment Penalty $0
Encumberance/REVVS Check Fee $0
Doc Release Fee $0
Minimum Loan Amount $500
Maximum Loan Amount $20,000
Star Rating Not Rated

More about St.George Bank

If you’re looking for some help to get that car, boat, or holiday sooner, St George can offer you a secured or unsecured personal loan to reach your goals sooner. Their personal loan products have been designed with flexible options to suit your lifestyle needs.

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