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Oportun BI – Annual Percentage Rates Range From 6% – 35%
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What You’ll Need
Driver’s License
A valid state driver’s license is required for each request

Your social security number is needed to verify your identity

Cell Phone
A home or cell phone is required to contact you

At Least 18
US citizens or permanent residents over 18 years old

Bank Account
You’ll need a checking or savings account

Home Address
It does not matter if you rent or own

You must be employed, self-employed or receiving benefits

Any Credit
It doesn’t matter what your credit score is!


A better financial future | Oportun

Oportun loans are available in 12 states with retail locations in the following 9 states: AZ, CA, FL, IL, NJ, NM, NV, TX, and UT. Loans in ID, MO and WI residents are online only.

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*Benefits dependent on position, location, and employment classification (full-time, part-time, exempt or non-exempt). Oportun is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status or other protected category.

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About us. Oportun is a financial technology company founded in 2005. Our mission is to provide inclusive, affordable financial services that empower our customers to build a better future.

Oportun Personal Loan Reviews (Feb 2019) | SuperMoney

Oportun is a personal loan offering by Oportun, a direct lender based in Redwood City, CA. Founded in 2005, Oportun offers access to personal loans in 11 states across the USA. What rates and terms does Oportun offer? Oportun has higher interest rates than the average for lenders reviewed on SuperMoney.