Is a 670 FICO credit score good enough for a $10,000 personal loan?

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    Banks do not make personal loans anymore.
    Only if you have outstanding credit or collateral, will they do this.

    Do not do anything online.
    The online sites are scams that will make your head spin and rob you blind.



    using what as collateral? you might get a $ 2,000 loan at a finance company


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    670 is a great number, but this is subjective. It all depends on where you plan to get your loan from. Bank, Credit Union, Family, Friends, Investors, all have different ways of calculating their risk and their calculations will determine how much you get and what the interest will be.

    I suggest you start out by knowing the pros and cons of the options that you have available. Remember, when the lenders risk is spread among many individuals your interest falls.

    Start out by visiting for a list of different ways of getting the money you need along with their pros and cons.

    Good Luck.

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