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Special Refi Promo for ODs on Finance Members

Aaron and Dat are excited to announce that we have successful negotiate the 3 great offers!  Two are highest $1000 Cash Back Bonus for our ODs on Finance Member from both Splash and Credible + Third is 0% APR first 6 months with CommonBond!  Thank you for their support in our little OD Community! 

Special ODsonFinance Offer:  $400 Bonus + Get 0% APR for the first 6 months when you refinance


  • This offer can help you take advantage of historically low interest rates without losing out on 0% APR
  • Your APR will be set to 0% for the first 6 months, meaning all your on-time payments will go to principal in that time
  • After the introductory APR period, you will begin paying interest
  • You qualify for this offer when you refinance at least one federal student loan

Requirements: 

  • All States eligible

*Disclaimer: Minimum loan is $5,000, with a max limit of $500,000, Subject to state law restriction. When you check your rates, CommonBond conducts a soft credit pull that will not affect your credit score. However, if you continue your application, CommonBond will request your permission to obtain your full credit report from one or more consumer reporting agencies. This is a hard credit pull and may affect your credit score.   Offered terms are subject to change and state law restriction. This is not a loan offer. Loans are offered through CommonBond Lending, LLC (NMLS #1175900). nmlsconsumeraccess.org 

 

Benefits: 

  • Free, fast and able to compare prequalified rates from multiple lenders under 2 minutes, without affecting your credit score. Get a final offer as little as 1 business day!

  • Credible’s partner lenders do not charge prepayment penalties, loan application fees, or origination fees.

  • Forbearance and discharge on death/disability is dependent on individual lenders


  • Special Promo: Get up to $1000 bonus for loans over $100K, $500 Bonus if less than $100K loan by June 30, 2021

Requirements: 

  • All States eligible

*Disclaimer: To receive $1,000 welcome bonus, ODs on Finance readers must refinance a balance equal to or greater than $100K by April 30, 2021. If refinancing a balance below $100K, readers are eligible for a $500 welcome bonus.

Benefits: 

  • Fast and easy application online without affecting your credit score

  • No application or origination fees, with no prepayment penalties


  • Able to refinance as low as $5000 loan with no maximum limit


  • Forbearance and discharge on death/disability is dependent on individual lenders


  • *Bonus based amount of loan approved: $1000 Bonus for Loan refinanced must be $150,000 or more, otherwise $500 Bonus for loans greater than $100,000


Requirements: 

  • All States eligible

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