Prosper – Second Payment Free for Vets

by Andy Hough on November 10, 2011

Prosper Supports Veterans and Their Families
In honor of veterans and active duty military, and in celebration of Military Family month, Prosper is proud to announce they just launched a 6-day program to help Vets and their families. Through November 15 Prosper will make a $50 Donation for Every Listing to the National Military Family Association. Prosper will also donate $50, up to $10,000, to the National Military Family Association (www.militaryfamily.org) for each loan that is listed as a part of this program during the program period and subsequently originated.*

US Veterans and active military who apply for a loan during the program period and get a loan, will get their 2nd payment free, up to $250.**

* Prosper will donate $50 to the National Military Family Association for each loan that is listed between 12:01 am PT on November 10, 2011 and 11:59 pm PT on November 15, 2011 (the “promotional period”) , if such loan listing results in an originated loan. Prosper will donate up to $10,000 to the NMFA.

** To be eligible for the second month payment offer (i) you cannot have posted a loan listing on Prosper.com within the past 30 days; (ii) you must submit a loan listing before 11:59 pm PT on November 15, 2011, that loan listing must result in an originated loan, (iii) your first payment must be received by its due date, and (iv) you must present a valid U.S. military ID for verification. If you meet these criteria, Prosper will credit your second required loan payment up to $250 prior to the due date of the second payment. This promotion cannot be combined with any other promotional offer from Prosper. Eligibility for a loan is not guaranteed and requires that a sufficient number of investors commit to fund your loan. Refer to Borrower Registration Agreement for all terms and conditions. All loans are made by WebBank, a Utah-chartered Industrial Bank.

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