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Get a FREE $50 AMAZON GIFT CARD with AvantCredit.com

    
        Lets face it we all struggle some times, and with the school year quickly approaching there is so many things that we have to try to fit into our budgets. Recently I learned about a new opportunity to get a little more back when you have to make the choice to borrow money.  AvantCredit.com is offering a $50 Amazon giftcard when you take out a loan with them.
       AvantCredit is a direct lender that offers 100% online personal loans between $1,000 and $10,000*. They do not want your credit score to define who you are, so they help you to find the loan that is best for your needs. The easy and secure online application takes only minutes and you can get approved instantly without ever leaving the comfort of your home.
One great feature is that there are absolutely no hidden fees and you will be funded the next business day if approved, and lets face it when you need money, you need it fast! Your funds will be deposited directly into your checking account and their automatic payment options  repaying your loan easy.  Check out what loan amount and rate they offer in your state.

       Now on to what you really want to know about the free gift card! Here is how you can get your free gift card who you get approved for your Avant Credit loan:

1. Apply for your loan for free online at https://www.avantcredit.com/

2. Enter promo code 50FUNDED

3. If you are funded expect an email with your $50 gift card in the next few weeks.

A free gift card in addition to next day loan funding- what is not to love?!

*Actual amount a customer may qualify for varies based on credit and applicable state law.

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