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Springleaf personal loans
This lender changed its name to OneMain Financial — find out what that means and how to apply.
In October 2016, Springleaf changed its name to OneMain Financial. If you were interested in borrowing from Springleaf, you can read about OneMain Financial’s personal loans and learn how to apply.
And if OneMain doesn’t suit your needs, there are dozens of other personal loan providers to consider. Compare a selection in the table below.
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