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OneMain Financial Loan Offer Mailer

Today I’m reviewing a loan offer mailer from OneMain Financial. This offer is for what appears to be a store front high interest rate lender. We shall see if that holds true as I go with this review.

An amazing reader fitgal sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program.

Top of First Page

The phrase “Pre-Selected Certificate” really means nothing other than you’ve been selected to receive an offer, not that you are approved.

OneMain Financial Loan Offer Mailer

More of First Page

The offer entices you to walk in and walk out today with the money. Still nothing apparent about rates and terms.

OneMain Financial Loan Offer Mailer

Bottom of First Page

The footnotes qualified in statement made in the last image are show to refer to offer details and restrictions.

I wonder how many people really take out a loan and then hold on to the money to return it within 14 days. What that statement does not say is if there would be no charge for a loan returned in 14 days.

OneMain Financial Loan Offer Mailer

The Back

Unfortunately I can’t read the important terms and conditions. If you get such an offer be sure to read and understand the terms and conditions carefully.

OneMain Financial Loan Offer Mailer

OneMain Financial Loan Offer Mailer
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