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You can borrow $2,000 - $50,000 from TD Bank with a personal loan, depending on your credit score, income, employment status and other factors. TD Bank personal loans also have APRs of 8.99% - 21.99%, based on your overall creditworthiness, and repayment periods of 12 - 60 months. You will need to have a credit score of 750 if you don’t have a bank account with them (660 if you do) to qualify.
Key Things to Know About TD Bank Personal Loans
- Loan amounts: $2,000 - $50,000
- APRs: 8.99% - 21.99%
- Repayment periods: 12 - 60 months
- Credit score requirement: 750 if you don’t have a bank account with them (660 if you do)
- Funding timeline: 2 - 6 business days after approval
- Origination fee: $0
- Late fee: $5
For more information, check out the full TD Bank personal loan review on WalletHub.
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