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Need a personal loan with fair credit??
CS Low 600's...looking for an $8500 personal loan to consolidate debt...any suggestions on where to go for approval?

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ProudNanny3, there are a ton of options to get a personal loan these days.  I would second TryingToUnderstand's comment and start by reading through a bunch of loan reviews (don't just read the ones on Credit Karma, as Credit Karma only lists lenders that they have a relationship with). Most lenders have a minimum FICO score, but there are lenders out there who specialize in lending to those with fair credit. I work in the fintech / peer-to-peer lending industry and am happy to provide more concrete help (off this thread) if you'd like!

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I would suggest that you start reading loan reviews to try to find a lender that may work with you. Keep in mind that most lenders use FICO scores and not the ones that you get here.

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