How does the personal loan from banks such as Bank of America or Citibank work?

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Question by BeBeAdY: How does the personal loan from banks such as Bank of America or Citibank work?
I just received an offer to apply for a personal loan for up to 35,000 with Bank of America and for up to 5,000 with citibank. I actually need no more than 7,500. The interest rate is between 9,97 and 27,88 based on credit worthyness. I will like to know how it works. I’m hesitating between that and applying for a credit card. My credit score is fair (650). A friend advised me to go for the loan because it’s a guaranteed fixed interest. But since I’ve never done it b4 I will appreciate some more advice. Thanks Much.

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Answer by Mrs Apple
Loans and credit card are quite similar. It really depends on your credit history and your employment status. No company will give you money if you don’t have a job. Loans and credit card interest can be fixed or variable. This is something that you need to talk to the bank about. Don’t apply for a credit card if the interest is not fixed. The only difference is that a loan will require you to pay off at a certain amount of time. This is how the bank calculates your monthly payments. As for credit cards, you can pay off anytime you want but you’ll need to make minimum payments. Since you are only making minimum payments, you can end up never paying off this debt. However, you can negotiate on the interest rate in the future if your credit history improves.

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