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Installment Loans in South Carolina


If you’re looking for personal loan options in South Carolina, visit your local First Bank today. We offer customized loans built to meet your specific financial needs. From credit cards to personal lines of credit, First Bank can help you figure out which personal loan option is right for you.

Personal Loan Options at First Bank

First Bank offers a variety of personal loans* with highly competitive rates and flexible terms. Here are some of our personal loan options:

  • Personal Line of Credit—Our personal credit line gives you instant borrowing power and allows you to request cash when you need it.
  • Auto loan—Purchase the car you’ve been dreaming of with the help of our auto loan’s competitive rates and simple, secure application.
  • Boat and RV loans—With fixed rates, flexible terms, and quick access to funds, our loans are the next step toward you sailing or driving away on your new boat or RV.

Credit Card Options

In addition to our personal loan options, each of South Carolina’s six First bank locations also offer three types of Platinum credit cards.

  1. Platinum Rewards Card—Earn rewards with everyday and monthly purchases.
  2. Platinum Low Rate Card—With low, convenient rates, this credit card is perfect for your everyday needs.
  3. Platinum Secured Card—This card is perfect for those with low or no credit history who want to improve their score.

We also have home equity lines of credit with low interest rates that are secured by the equity in your home.

Visit First Bank Today

Visit your nearest South Carolina First Bank today to learn more about acquiring a personal loan. For more information, visit us online.


*Loans subject to credit approval. See our Terms and Conditions for complete details on our One Rewards Program. MasterCard, Debit MasterCard and the MasterCard brand marks are trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated.

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Sources:

Bankrate: http://www.bankrate.com/finance/home-equity/what-home-equity-debt-is-1.aspx

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