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Where does Basix do business?
Basix is a direct lender based in Los Angeles, CA. Founded in 2014, Basix offers access to personal loans in 15 states across the USA.
What are the APRs offered via Basix?
Basix offers a personal loan product that ranges from 25.99% up to 35.99%.
Does Basix charge an origination fee?
Yes, Basix charges a loan origination fee.
Does Basix charge a late fee?
Yes, Basix may charge borrowers a late payment fee of up to $5, which is triggered if you're 15 days late.
Does Basix charge prepayment fees?
No, Basix does not charge prepayment fees. This means you will not have to pay additional fees if you decide to pay the loan off early.
How much can you borrow via Basix?
Loan amounts start at $3,000 and go up to $5,000.
What is the maximum loan term you can get with Basix?
Basix offers personal loans with terms ranging from 12 to 36 months. Having the option of longer terms allows borrowers to take on larger loan amounts while keeping monthly payments more affordable. However, the longer the term of your loan, the more interest you will pay.
What do you need to qualify for a loan with Basix?
Applicants with a credit score of at least 560 can apply for a loan via Basix . The minimum age to apply for a loan is 18 or the state minimum, whichever is higher.
Active duty servicemembers and their covered dependents are eligible to apply for a loan via Basix. Their rates fall within the limits of The Military Lending Act.
To qualify, applicants may need to provide the following documentation:
What is the estimated funding time for a personal loan via Basix?
Basix will typically approve (or deny) a loan application within 24 hours and fund personal loans within 7 business days of approval.
- New Hampshire
- New Mexico
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- U.S. Permanent Resident
- Active Duty Military
- Military Dependent
- Only Individual Applications
- Proof of citizenship/residence (Green Card)