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To the Massachusetts business owner who paid off their $13250 Lending Club loan on Nov 5, 2021

Canadian-In-Seattle
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To the Massachusetts business owner who paid off their $13250 Lending Club loan on Nov 5, 2021

We don't know each other, but we've had a good ride together! Back in May of 2018 your finances weren't in great shape, that ~660 credit score implies you were having a bit of a rough time, and you needed to refinance your credit cards so you turned to Lending Club for a loan. I know that $411.19 monthly payment wasn't always easy, there were a couple of times you only made a partial payment, and you had to defer your payments through COVID--but you made it! You always caught back up on your payments, and today, Nov 5th, 2021, you have finally paid off your loan. Great job! I see things are turning around for you, with that credit score now closing on 720. You must be feeling pretty good right now, and you deserve to feel good--congratulations on getting your financial affairs back in order!

I was one of the 363 people who invested in you back then, through the Lending Club platform. It was new to me in those days, and I was excited about the prospect of being able to get involved in lending directly to folks like you, through peer to peer lending. I moved over my Individual Retirement Account and invested it into many different loans, including yours. Alas, it didn't work out as well as I had hoped, Lending Club has terminated the peer to peer lending system, so I am exiting the platform.

In fact, yours was the very last loan I still had outstanding on the platform, and today I got the 44 cents that was my share of your final payment, and the last loan payment I will receive. I am sure you were glad to make that final payment, and I am glad to receive it!

As of today, we're both done with Lending Club. Thanks for being a great borrower! So sad we won't be able to do this again.
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Re: To the Massachusetts business owner who paid off their $13250 Lending Club loan on Nov 5, 2021


@Canadian-In-Seattle wrote:
We don't know each other, but we've had a good ride together! Back in May of 2018 your finances weren't in great shape, that ~660 credit score implies you were having a bit of a rough time, and you needed to refinance your credit cards so you turned to Lending Club for a loan. I know that $411.19 monthly payment wasn't always easy, there were a couple of times you only made a partial payment, and you had to defer your payments through COVID--but you made it! You always caught back up on your payments, and today, Nov 5th, 2021, you have finally paid off your loan. Great job! I see things are turning around for you, with that credit score now closing on 720. You must be feeling pretty good right now, and you deserve to feel good--congratulations on getting your financial affairs back in order!

I was one of the 363 people who invested in you back then, through the Lending Club platform. It was new to me in those days, and I was excited about the prospect of being able to get involved in lending directly to folks like you, through peer to peer lending. I moved over my Individual Retirement Account and invested it into many different loans, including yours. Alas, it didn't work out as well as I had hoped, Lending Club has terminated the peer to peer lending system, so I am exiting the platform.

In fact, yours was the very last loan I still had outstanding on the platform, and today I got the 44 cents that was my share of your final payment, and the last loan payment I will receive. I am sure you were glad to make that final payment, and I am glad to receive it!

As of today, we're both done with Lending Club. Thanks for being a great borrower! So sad we won't be able to do this again.

You might find Mainvest interesting if you're into the direct lending to business aspect.

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Borealis
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Re: To the Massachusetts business owner who paid off their $13250 Lending Club loan on Nov 5, 2021


@Canadian-In-Seattle wrote:
We don't know each other, but we've had a good ride together! Back in May of 2018 your finances weren't in great shape, that ~660 credit score implies you were having a bit of a rough time, and you needed to refinance your credit cards so you turned to Lending Club for a loan. I know that $411.19 monthly payment wasn't always easy, there were a couple of times you only made a partial payment, and you had to defer your payments through COVID--but you made it! You always caught back up on your payments, and today, Nov 5th, 2021, you have finally paid off your loan. Great job! I see things are turning around for you, with that credit score now closing on 720. You must be feeling pretty good right now, and you deserve to feel good--congratulations on getting your financial affairs back in order!

I was one of the 363 people who invested in you back then, through the Lending Club platform. It was new to me in those days, and I was excited about the prospect of being able to get involved in lending directly to folks like you, through peer to peer lending. I moved over my Individual Retirement Account and invested it into many different loans, including yours. Alas, it didn't work out as well as I had hoped, Lending Club has terminated the peer to peer lending system, so I am exiting the platform.

In fact, yours was the very last loan I still had outstanding on the platform, and today I got the 44 cents that was my share of your final payment, and the last loan payment I will receive. I am sure you were glad to make that final payment, and I am glad to receive it!

As of today, we're both done with Lending Club. Thanks for being a great borrower! So sad we won't be able to do this again.

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Re: To the Massachusetts business owner who paid off their $13250 Lending Club loan on Nov 5, 2021

 

I do / did Lending Club too but I couldn't tell you a single thing about any of my hundreds of borrowers.  They are / were all just a bunch of $25 notes.  How do you know so much about one borrower?    

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