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i need a personal loan to get out of three loans. i need a company name that is good to help me

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Be cautious with loan companies

What's your overall situation with your current 3 loans?

How much does each loan have? What is the respective interest rates?

The only option I could think of is to use a credit union because their rates tend to be lower than most, provided that you are in decent credit standing. Other than that, I think it's more trouble to get into a personal loan company than to try to clear out those 3 loans individually. It's just passing a loan to another loan via a different lender. You're not really clearing off debt but just moving them around. In the process, there are fees and potential damage to your credit history.

Loan companies are in business to make money off of you, especially from those who are desperate for money. See if you can get another means to borrow then pay them off. Friends, family, coworkers? 

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