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Below you will find some of the most frequently asked questions from our customers. If you cannot find the answer to your question, please feel free to email Customer Support at email@example.com or call us toll-free at 1-877-505-6780.
We can update your account, provide payoff information, payment history and due dates, as well as take payments by phone. Be sure to have your account number or Social Security number ready.
A personal loan is money borrowed from a lender that is paid back in fixed monthly payments or installments with interest added.
Reprise offers both secured and unsecured loans ranging from $2,500 to $25,000. Some personal loans are unsecured, meaning they’re not backed by any collateral; however, secured loans are backed by an asset like your car.
Historically, Reprise has only offered loans by invitation to prequalified, select consumers; however, we are excited to announce that we are expanding our application process to consumers in certain markets without an invitation code. Please check back often to see if we have expanded into your market.
Reprise loans range from $2,500 to $25,000 (inclusive of fees). The exact amount you may qualify for depends on your application information. Please note, the minimum loan amount for residents of Georgia is $3,500.The minimum loan amount for residents of NM is $10,500.
If you accept the terms of your loan before 4pm CST Monday-Friday, you will receive your funds on the next business day. If the terms are accepted after 4pm CST Monday-Friday, you will receive the funds on the following business day.
Individual interest rates are the cost of borrowing the loan and are based on various factors including an applicant’s credit history. The total cost can be understood by looking at the annual percentage rate or APR which is the annual cost of a loan including both the interest rate and all other associated fees. All Reprise loans offer a fixed interest rate and clear terms.
Checking your rate on RepriseFinancial.com will not affect your credit score. When you check your rate, we make a “soft credit inquiry.” Soft credit inquiries on your report do not lower your credit score, but you may see when you view your report that this inquiry was made. However, if you proceed with the application, we will then make a “hard credit inquiry” to verify the accuracy of your application. This action will be recorded as an inquiry on your report and it may impact your credit score.
When you apply for a loan with Reprise, we will, at a minimum, request documentation to verify the following:
- Identity, including a copy of your driver’s license, state identification card, or passport. If the address on your identity document is outdated, we will also request copies of recent utility bills or bank statements for proof of residency.
- Income. We require a copy of your most recent bank statement, which should be dated within 30 days of your application.
- If you are eligible for a loan secured by the title of your vehicle, we require proof of insurance and photos of the front and back of the vehicle.
Reprise may also request additional documents to verify the information provided in your application.
In addition to meeting Reprise’s underwriting guidelines, you must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- You are a United States citizen or resident with an address in the United States.
- You reside in a state where Reprise is licensed to lend.
- You are at least the age of majority in your state.
- You have not obtained more than 2 loans with Reprise in the last 12 months.
- You are employed and/or have sufficient income from other sources. Note that Reprise does not currently accept self-employed income, including sole proprietorships, as a primary source of income. Reprise will accept self-employed income as a secondary source of income.
Reprise will accept a Power of Attorney (POA) provided in person for validation. Please contact us at 877-505-6780 for additional information.
Reprise does not currently accept self-employed income, including sole proprietorships, as a primary source of income. Reprise will accept self-employed income as a secondary source of income.
Reprise accepts the following payment methods:
- Online payments (one-time debit card and ACH payments only)
- Automatic electronic draft (also called Auto-Pay)
- Pay by phone with checking account, savings account or debit card
- Cash through MoneyGram
You can make one-time payments by logging into our website on the MY ACCOUNT page. Please call us 1-877-505-6780 to sign up for Auto-Pay or to make changes to your existing Auto-Pay enrollment. Our Customer Support Team is available Monday through Friday from 8AM-7PM CST and on Saturdays for 9AM-1PM CST.
We accept payments from personal checking accounts, savings accounts and debit cards via phone. We do not accept credit cards. Call us toll-free at 1-877-505-6780, and have your card information or bank account routing and check numbers available when you call. Please note that we will assess a processing fee of $5.50 per payment for this service. Payments made via phone generally post to your account within one day.
Yes, there are no prepayment penalties with Reprise loans. If you pay an amount that is more than the monthly amount due, this additional amount will be applied to your account to reduce the outstanding balance that you owe.
Yes, you can access your Reprise Financial account by registering and logging in to MY ACCOUNT.
Currently, Reprise accepts online one-time payments of $2,000 or less. Reprise will accept ACH one-time payments of up to $10,000 via phone. Please call us toll-free at 1-877-505-6780 to make a payment of up to $10,000.
Yes, Reprise Financial reports to all three national credit reporting agencies (Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion). This can help build your credit when you show responsible repayment on our loans.
Credit bureau disputes can be submitted in writing to Reprise at the following address:
P.O. Box 143514
Irving, TX 75014
Your dispute must identify your account relationship with Reprise, the information Reprise is reporting to the national credit reporting agencies, and why you are disputing the information. Depending on the nature of your request, you may also wish to provide additional documentation to support your dispute (such as account statements, a copy of a police report, affidavit of ID theft, etc.).