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Sainsbury’s Finance cuts loan rate

Sainsbury’s Finance cuts loan rate

Category: Loans

Updated: 07/01/2011
First Published: 08/09/2010

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Sainsbury's Finance has cut the rates it charges for certain loans.

The APR charged on loans between £7,500 and £14,999 taken by Nectar Card holders has fallen to 7.4% APR typical.

It appears that the loans market is becoming more competitive after the recent belt tightening period by lenders.

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Sainsbury's Finance – Nectar Card Holder Personal Loan

  • Sainsbury's Finance is offering loans to customers looking to borrow between £1,000 and £25,000.
  • Rates of between 7.4% and 18.7% APR typical are charged. Rates will vary depending on the amount borrowed and the term chosen to repay the debt.
  • 7.4% APR typical on loans from £7,500 to £14,999.
  • Customers borrowing £7,500 over 5 years would repay £149.93 per month. Borrowers can opt to defer the first repayment for two months.
  • The loan is available to Sainsbury's shoppers with a Nectar card* only, but this can be applied for at the same time.
  • Loans are available to customers aged 18 years and over.

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