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Old 02-04-2008, 01:09 PM   #1
 
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Default best loans to pay for cosmetic surgery?

I'm due to have my breast implants replaced and with this economy it doesn't look like I'll have a pretty penny for that! Are there any special loans with super cheap interest for cosmetic surgery? Say an interest rate less than 5%?


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usually through the doctors office they offer some financing thigns at least mine does. it was something like zero apr for first year and then 6 or 7% after that. i think thats about the best u can get which isnt bad when u think about it bec a credit card interest ur looking at least 10% apr

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cRapital one has some program with fixed rates "as low as 1.99" or in other words 1 person has good enough credit for that and 99 others don't. "low monthly payments that never change" which means low payments that never change because your interest is so high you'll be paying it off forever.

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I think Versace's post about the 5% off thing is your best bet.

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Or a home equity line of credit isn't a bad idea. They usually have interest rates a lot lower than credit cards and other loans you don't put up collateral for.

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