- Personal finance product comparison tables (loans, banking, mortgages and others)
- Calculators and various monetization tools
- Deeplinking to various landing pages
- 60% CPA (per loan secured through investing.com money)
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- Dedicated affiliate team
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LendUp.com has added two more states – Florida and Indiana – to the list of states approved for loan applications, joining other important states like California, Illinois, Missouri, and Minnesota.
With initial loans starting at $250 and ranging to $1,000 for proven borrowers, LendUp.com offers an excellent service when it comes to short-term financial needs.
- Instant decision 24/7
- Apply in as few as 5 minutes
- Good Credit is NOT required
- Free Credit Education and Opportunity to Build Credit where available
- $55/funded loan
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LendUp.com is excited to announce our great new Fall Bonus Plan! Now you can make even more with LendUp.com!
Here’s how it works from now until Dec. 1, 2015:
Each time a transaction completes on LendUp.com, you already get a great $55 commission.
Every 10th loan generates an additional bonus of $50!
When you hit 50 loans you’ll receive a $500 cash bonus!
LendUp is the award-winning company offering loans with declining rates and the opportunity to build credit overtime. With no hidden fees, clear terms and conditions, and great customer service, LendUp loans have no surprises.
Here’s what their customers say:
“I can tell this is a different type of service, one that actually cares about its customers. The website is easy to use and you are honest with your product, which is really refreshing, considering most lenders in this industry are just out to get you.”
Gustavo, Marina Del Rey, CA
Here’s what the Press says:
"An innovative new payday loan banking model that's more Silicon Valley than Wall Street" TIME
"Bringing a new level of innovation and transparency to an industry that desperately needs disruption." TechCrunch
"LendUp wants to help customers get out of the debt cycle and become more credit-worthy." WSJ