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July 2018
CashOne
  • Guaranteed low rate of 3.88% p.a. across tenures and amounts
  • Annual fee of $199 for the first year currently re-bated via a cashback offer
  • Low minimum income requirement of $30,000 p.a.
  • Money in your account tomorrow
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SingSaver Review: Is this the right road for me?
For most of us, Standard Chartered's CashOne is the best of market at the moment, so if you are looking for a loan we see this as a great option.
  • A great low rate of just 3.88% p.a. Costing less than $80 a week to borrow (and repay) $10k over 3 years.
  • Highly accessible. The only better products on the market have tougher minimum income and credit requirements.
  • This one isn't for you if you do not have an existing credit history.
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  • Show me the money... Ok, we're not Tom Cruise, but we have crunched the numbers and estimated the cost to borrow, taking into account cashbacks, rates, value and duration (with no fees on this product)

What loan are you looking for:

Monthly Repayments
Cost to borrow
Cashback
  • Do consider the cost to borrow and the monthly repayment.
  • Only take credit you need and can afford to repay
  • Don't take just our word ─ this is an estimate and you should confirm all numbers with Standard Chartered before taking the loan

Still not sure? Check out all our loans:

Many of us need to consider a loan at some point – we help over 2,000 people get a loan every week!

8 out of 10 people are looking for the right loan to:

  • Lower their total cost of existing credit
  • Pay medical bills not covered by insurance
  • Helping a loved one
  • Pay for car/house repairs that impact their life
  • Setting up a new business
  • Developing themselves for the future
8 out of 10 people get a loan to:
  • Lower their total cost of existing credit
  • Pay medical bills not covered by insurance
  • Helping a loved one
  • Pay for car/house repairs that impact their life
  • Setting up a new business
  • Developing themselves for the future

Loan facts that might surprise you...

$163K
is the average value of a personal loan
1 in 5
households have a personal loan
65%
of non-property consumer debt is through personal loans