Due to a recent change, Karrot is no longer offering personal loans.
Compare your options for other personal loans in the comparison table below.
If you have an outstanding loan with Karrot, you can still sign in on Karrot’s website to continue making payments or manage your account.
Compare available personal loan options
A selection of personal loans you can apply for
Use our comparison table to assess interest rates, lending amounts and requirements you’ll need to get a loan with our personal loan partners.
A selection of brokers you can speak to
One way to make sure you’re getting the best rate is to let a broker find a competitive rate for you.
Click here to visit our personal loans page to compare even more lenders.
Why did Karrot shut down?
Karrot was the unsecured personal loan arm of business loan provider Kabbage. Starting in 2014, Karrot offered personal loans up to $35,000 with no collateral required. But Kabbage eventually shut Karrot down to focus on business-related products. If you already have a Karrot personal loan, you can continue making payments online.