Springleaf personal loans

This lender changed its name to OneMain Financial — find out what that means and how to apply.

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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.

Compare other personal loan providers

Updated January 29th, 2020
Name Product Filter Values APR Min. Credit Score Max. Loan Amount
Credible Personal Loans
3.99% to 35.99%
Fair to excellent credit
$100,000
Get personalized rates in minutes and then choose an offer from a selection of top online lenders.
Fiona Personal Loans
3.84% to 35.99%
Good to excellent credit
$100,000
Get loan offers from multiple lenders at once without affecting your credit score.
Upgrade Personal Loans
6.98% to 35.89%
600
$50,000
Affordable loans with two simple repayment terms and no prepayment penalties.
Even Financial Personal Loans
3.84% to 35.99%
550
$100,000
Get connected to competitive loan offers instantly from top online consumer lenders.
NetCredit Personal Loans
34% to 155% (Varies by state)
No minimum
$10,000
Check eligibility in minutes and get a personalized quote without affecting your credit score.
Monevo Personal Loans
3.99%
450
$100,000
Quickly compare multiple online lenders with competitive rates depending on your credit.
PenFed Credit Union Personal Loans
6.49% to 17.99%
650
$25,000
With over 80 years of lending experience, this credit union offers personal loans for a variety of expenses.
LendingClub Personal Loan
6.95% to 35.89%
640
$40,000
A peer-to-peer lender offering fair rates based on your credit score.
SoFi Personal Loans
5.99% to 20.01%
680
$100,000
A highly-rated lender with competitive rates, high loan amounts and no fees.

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    MikeJuly 7, 2017

    I am trying to get a loan to pay off a bunch of small bills and a couple credit cards. I can’t seem to find anyone that will approve my request. What is against me is that my credit score is low and I don’t have information to fill in the occupation part of the applications because I am disabled and draw a check from SSI. I have direct deposit and can insure that the payment be maid but can’t find the right lender. Can u help in finding the best lender for my circumstance?

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      AnndyJuly 8, 2017Staff

      Hi Mike,

      Thanks for your question.

      Some of the lenders on this page may consider you for a loan, given you are also receiving benefits from SSI.

      Kindly review the eligibility criteria of the loan before submitting your application to see if it is the right choice for you.

      Cheers,
      Anndy

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