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This deal is as Sweet as "Pi"

You don't need to do any complicated math problems to figure this one out: Consolidating your debt with FedChoice could save you money! Right now, you can refinance or consolidate up to $31,400 of debt and receive a 3.14% APR discount. With the Pi Day loan, rates are as low as 5.35% APR.* Applying is simple when you use our online application.

Don't wait. This offer is only available until Saturday March 14, 2020. Get started today!

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*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. APR is based on evaluation of applicant’s credit using normal FedChoice underwriting requirements. You can use the “Sweet As Pi” loan to refinance funds from FedChoice, so long as no more than 50% of the total amount of the loan are funds currently financed by FedChoice – for example, if you apply for a $10,000.00 loan, no more than $5,000.00 can be a loan that is currently at FedChoice. 75% of the total loan amount must be used for debt consolidation – for example if you apply for a $10,000.00 loan, no more than $2,500.00 of that loan can be cash back. The noted discount cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion. If you qualify for any additional discounts, the best discount will be applied to your loan. Loan minimum is $500.00. Your loan may not exceed $31,400.00 and the maximum term is 60 months to receive a discount. Rates for 1-36 month terms are as low as 5.35% APR. Rates for 37-60 month terms are as low as 6.35% APR. Your actual APR may vary. This offer expires at 11:59 pm on March 14, 2020.