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SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank Personal Loans

Service One Alliance Bank is a customer-owned mutual, which means the financial institution is owned and operated by its members rather than by external shareholders.

It began as a community credit union in the South Coast region of New South Wales nearly 60 years ago. Since its inception, Service One has undergone expansion and mergers, growing to serve members across the country.

SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank personal loan repayment calculator

Thinking about taking out a personal loan with SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank? Use our personal loan calculator to see how much you’d have to repay under different borrowing scenarios. You can also see how SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank personal loans compare with other options.

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Features of a Service One Alliance Bank personal loan

Service One Alliance Bank provides a range of loans to its members, including secured and unsecured options, as well as loans with fixed or variable interest rates. Service One Alliance Bank personal loans can be used for a wide variety of purposes, including home renovations and vehicles, as well as debt consolidation and refinancing. Members can even gain access to a personal loan designed for eco-friendly purchases.

Service One personal loans have a maximum term of seven years and a maximum amount of $75,000.

Service One Alliance Bank personal loans – customer service

Service One Alliance Bank can be contacted by phone, email, online enquiry form or within any Service One branch. Customer service can be reached by phone during business hours only.

Who is eligible for a Service One Alliance Bank personal loan?

  • Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident
  • Must be aged 18 years or over
  • Must have proof of income

How to apply for a Service One Alliance Bank personal loan?

  • Click ‘Apply Now’
  • Click ‘Start’
  • Complete the online application form
  • Submit the online application

Service One Alliance Bank personal loans review

Service One Alliance Bank is a personal loan lender that offers secured, unsecured, eco and line-of-credit loans. Service One personal loans allow redraw facility and additional repayments, although an early repayment fee may apply in some cases.

Service One Alliance Bank personal loan rates tend to be in the middle of the market. They are not the lowest, but are not typically above average. In general, Service One personal loan interest rates vary from moderately low to moderate, depending on the loan you choose.

With so many personal loan lenders, it’s important to compare personal loan rates from several financial institutions in order to secure the best personal loan rates for you.

Service One personal loan fees tend to be average. Members are charged a one-off establishment fee as well as a low monthly fee.

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The Australian personal loans market contains dozens of lenders offering several hundred different products. Personal loans are available through a range of institutions, including:

There are three main ways to access personal loans. You can go through a comparison website, such as RateCity. You can use a finance broker. Or you can directly contact the lender.

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