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APR can vary notes

1 Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is subject to credit approval and can change without notice.

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Personal loan notes

2 Personal loan margin will be determined based upon a combination of credit scores provided through Equifax, Inc. The quarterly Index will be the Wall Street Journal’s published prime rate as of the 15th day of December, March, June, and September and any subsequent rate change will occur on the f…

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Quarterly index notes

3 The Index each quarter is based upon the highest dividend rate paid on regular shares rounded up to the next even quarter percent. The minimum Index value used will be 2%.

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Certificate Index Notes

4 Certificate loans use the certificate dividend rate rounded up to the next even quarter percent as the Index. The minimum Index value used will be 2%.

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New / Used vehicle notes

5, 6, 7 Our definition of New, Used, and Mature vehicles expands your financing opportunities; please contact a Loan Officer for details. Your rate will be determined using a combination of credit scores provided through Equifax, Inc.

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Real property notes

8, 9, 11 Real property must be located in the state of South Carolina. Your rate will be determined by the original term of the loan and/or original loan to value percentage.

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Mobile home notes

10 Mobile home must be located in the state of South Carolina. Your rate will be determined by the original term of the loan and original loan to value. Other restrictions apply based upon the specific loan type requested.

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Visa Signature Variable Rate

12 The Annual Percentage Rate can change on a quarterly basis. The rate is determined by using an independent Index—the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate (when a range of rates has been published, the highest rate will be used)—rounded up to the next even quarter percent, and to the Index is added a m…

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