Your financial situation is unique. Shouldn't your loan options be, too?

  • Fast funding
  • Flexible terms
  • Up to $10,000Learn more at our Rates & Terms.
Check Your Eligibility

This won't affect your credit score.

NetCredit has partnered with Republic Bank & Trust Company, Member FDIC to offer personal loans in some states. Loans will be underwritten by, approved by and made by Republic Bank & Trust Company. Loans are serviced by NetCredit. Learn more here.

What makes us different?

You’re not just your credit score.

You’re more than a number in a database, and you deserve a loan designed for you. When you apply, advanced algorithms take a broader look at your finances to create an offer just for you. Learn how this technology is helping more people get credit.

You can pick what you need.

You can borrow an amount that meets your needs and repay in a way that works for your financial situation. Find out how you can personalize your offer before you sign.

You can improve your finances.

Some online lenders don’t report to major credit bureaus. For loans offered through NetCredit, your payment history is reported to major credit bureaus. That means you can build credit history by making on-time payments, giving you the power to build a better future. See how repaying on time can boost your credit.

How It Works

1

Check your eligibility.

See how much you can get in minutes with our secure application.

2

Review your offer.

Choose what you want and see if the available amounts and terms work for you.

3

Get your money.

If approved, funds are typically deposited the next business day or sooner.

What We Offer

NetCredit and our lending partner, Republic Bank & Trust Company, Member FDIC, offer personal loans up to $10,000, while NetCredit offers lines of credit up to $3,500.

Depending on your application and the state where you live, you might qualify for one or both of our lending products. Head to the Rates & Terms for more details and to learn what is offered in your state.

Check Your Eligibility

This won't affect your credit score.