Depending on your credit qualifications, you could be approved for a personal line of credit up to $50,000. You can make a withdrawal from the line of credit whenever you like by simply making a transfer to your checking account in Internet or mobile banking, or by visiting a branch. The interest rate is variable based on the prime rate, and will change as the prime rate changes. Minimum payments are calculated at 3 percent of the principal balance, and rounded up to the nearest $5. If you don't have a balance, you won't have a payment due. Plus, there is no annual fee.
Be protected from overdrafts
A personal line of credit protects you from overdrawing your checking account. In the event of an overdraft, funds will be automatically transferred from the credit line to your checking account in $100 increments. This helps you prevent having a transaction declined for insufficient funds.
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