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We know that life is not perfect. But if all it takes is a bit of cash to make life just a little easier, Domain has you covered.
The answers below address common questions about personal loans.
A personal loan is an installment loan that is repaid over time. Personal loans are usually meant for personal, family or household purposes. All that is required is proof of your identity and a regular source of income. Personal Loans are typically repaid in fixed monthly payments.
At Domain, we believe that everyone deserves access to credit. We work with lenders that provide loans for those with excellent to poor credit. Even if you are in the process of rebuilding your credit, you may still qualify for a loan.
Most lenders offer loan extensions and alternative repayment options in special circumstances. We recommend that you contact your lender directly to discuss the options available to you.
At Domain, customers can request between $100 and $5,000. The amount you are actually approved for is dependent on a number of factors, including your income, credit history, state of residence and the lender that you are connected with.
Once you submit your request form, our loan engine automatically begins connecting you with a lender based on the information you provide. If a lender is found, you will be notified on our site in real-time. You will then be directed to your lender's site for instructions on how to finalize your loan. If we are unable to connect you with a lender, we will direct you to additional options to help address your financial needs.
Since we are not a lender ourselves, we do not make credit decisions or determine APRs. The lender you are ultimately connected with will present you with a loan offer that includes the loan amount, annual percentage rate (APR) and the terms of repayment, among other information regarding your loan. Review this information carefully before signing for your loan.