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International Loan Program (Emory) vs Prodigy Finance program

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New post 14 Mar 2018, 09:49
Hello Guys

Does anyone know wich option is better: Prodigy Finance or Emory Alliance Credit Union Custom MBA Loan?
What factors have you considered in your decision?.


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New post 14 Mar 2018, 10:18
Hello cesarucv ,

Looks like you are an admit of Emory MBA program. If yes, Congratulations and I am going to be your fellow classmate. :)

Moreover, if you have not been a part of our Whatsapp group, feel free to join us. More details here.

Now, to answer your question:

My friend, I would and I know almost all the international students would prefer Emory Alliance for the following factors:

1. It is way too cheap. Meaning the interest rate including APR would cost us around 7.75% of the interest. (Prodigy finance is too costly. What I know is its more than 10% interest)
2. It is easily available. You can even get the loan of $100,000 sanctioned within a few minutes of application process. (I don't think you can get the same amount sanctioned via prodigy)
3. You don't need any cosigner/collateral to get the loan. (I am not sure about prodigy though).

Feel free to reach out or PM me for any queries.

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New post 14 Mar 2018, 19:55
Hello Abhimahna

Yes I am an admited student in the Emory MBA program. It is nice to meet my classmates. I did not know about the whatsapp group, now I have joined the Whatsapp group :).
Thanks for the information, I am going for the Emory alliance option :D

Have a great day.

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