Kasasa Vehicle Loans
Introducing the Greenville Federal Credit Union Kasasa Vehicle Loan with Take-Backs.
Paying off debt shouldn't prevent you from saving for unexpected expenses.
Now there’s a loan that comes with a built-in solution. Greenville Federal Credit Union's Kasasa Loan gives you the confidence to pay ahead on your balance knowing you can always tap into that extra cash if you need it. That’s what we call a “Take-Back,” and that peace of mind could add up to some major savings for you.
Your Greenville Federal Credit Union Kasasa Loan gives you options.
- You can choose to make the minimum monthly payment and stay right on track.
- Or, if you have extra funds, you can put them toward your balance to pay it off sooner and save on interest.
- If something comes up, you can easily withdraw those extra funds from your Take-Back balance. Withdrawn funds are transferred into your chosen account, and your payoff schedule adjusts automatically. No penalties or rate changes.
Here’s what you can expect from your Greenville Federal Credit Union Kasasa Loan:
- Pay ahead to pay off your loan faster and reduce interest costs.
- Additional funds (your Take-Back balance) are available to withdraw at a click of a button.
- Your rate remains the same and your payoff schedule adjusts automatically.
- Competitive, fixed rates for auto purchase and refinance.
- Quick, local decision-making and processing.
How does a Kasasa Loan compare to other loans?
|Features||Other Loans||Kasasa Loan|
|Apply and agree to competitive loan terms||✔||✔|
|Pay extra to shorten loan||✔||✔|
|Full control at your fingertips with personal dashboard||✘||✔|
|Access to extra money you’ve paid||✘||✔|
|Take back extra money with no change in rate or terms||✘||✔|
Manage your loan from anywhere.
Keeping all this newfound control straight is easy thanks to the handy Kasasa Loans™ app which features a simple, always-on dashboard.
- Have a real-time view of where you stand at any given point.
- Track your current loan payments or make adjustments to the amount.
- View your available Take-Back balance.
- Withdraw the extra funds with a click of a button.
- Even visualize the impact of changes before you make them.
About Your Kasasa Loan®. Your loan enables you to borrow money and pay it back on a fixed schedule just like any other personal loan, but your loan also gives you the option to make “Additional Payments” to reduce the total amount of interest that you must pay. In addition, if during the term of your loan you find that you need additional funds, you can borrow back some or all the additional funds that were credited as Additional Payments.
Loan Term: The term of your Account begins on the date of this Agreement and will continue until the Maturity Date, or until you have a zero balance on your Account, whichever occurs first. All indebtedness under this Agreement, if not paid pursuant to the payment provisions below, will be due and payable at maturity. We may renew or extend the term of your Account.
Interest Charges, Annual Percentage Rate, and Fees
Interest Accrual. Interest on your Initial Draw and subsequent Loan Advances will begin to accrue on the date posted to your Account. There is no "grace period" in which you can avoid paying interest on your Initial Draw and any Loan Advances.
Balance Computation Method: “Daily Balance.” We calculate the interest on your Account by applying the daily periodic rate to the Daily Balance of your Account. To get the Daily Balance, we take the beginning balance of your Account each day, add any Initial Draw, Loan Advances or other charges, and subtract any payments or credits made. This gives us the Daily Balance.
Amount of Interest Charges. Interest begins to accrue on the date of each advance and accrues for each day the balance remains unpaid. To compute accrued interest due, the unpaid Account balance for each day since your last payment (or since an advance if you have not yet made a payment) is multiplied by the daily periodic rate. The sum of these daily interest accruals becomes interest due on your Account.
Annual Percentage Rate. The Annual Percentage Rate corresponding to the Daily Periodic Rate is set forth in the Truth-in-Lending Disclosures, above ("PAYMENT TERMS OF YOUR KASASA LOAN® OPEN-END CREDIT PLAN"). The Annual Percentage Rate may change as mutually agreed upon by you and Lender and as documented within a Subsequent Action form that will be incorporated into this Agreement upon execution. We will not charge any interest amount that would violate the interest rate we may charge under applicable federal or South Carolina state law.
Solely for the purposes of illustration, the following is a numeric example of how your Kasasa Loan® can work: If on 12/31/2020 you borrow $5,000 on a thirty-six (36) month loan with an interest rate of 10% and covered with optional credit life and credit disability insurance, your first payment due date will be 1/31/2021, monthly payments will be $167.65, and total payments over the life of the loan will be $6,074.20 if all payments are made when due. Assuming you make your regular payments for one year (calculation: $167.65 x 12 = $2,011.80), then your credit limit at the end of that period will be the principal amount outstanding as outlined in the amortization schedule Kasasa creates for you at the time of Account opening: i.e. $3,538.46. Now, say you decided to make an Additional Payment of $500 on your Kasasa Loan® at any point during the life of the loan. This Additional Payment will create a "Take-Back Balance." As long as you continue to make your regularly scheduled installment payments, you will be able to borrow (take back) all or some of the $500, when the need arises and subject to all terms and conditions in this Agreement. Borrowings made on your Take-Back Balance are called "Loan Advances." The Take-Back Balance is calculated as the lesser of: 1. the scheduled principal balance outstanding for the period as outlined in the amortization schedule Kasasa creates for you minus the current principal balance outstanding; or 2. the total payments made through the period minus the expected installment payments as outlined in the amortization schedule Kasasa creates for you.
Daily Periodic Rate. To determine the Daily Periodic Rate that will apply to your Account, we divide the Annual Percentage Rate by 365. The result is the Daily Periodic Rate as set forth in the Truth-in-Lending Disclosure.
Fees on Your Account. In addition to the payment of interest described above, you agree to pay the following fees:
• Late Payment Fee. If we do not receive your payment within 15 days after the Payment Due Date, we may charge you a fee as set forth in the Truth-in-Lending Disclosure.
• Returned Payment Fee. In the event you make a payment that is returned unpaid, we will charge a fee as set forth in the Truth-in-Lending Disclosure. In such an event, we may resubmit the returned payment repeatedly and Returned Payment Fees will continue to be charged until the payment is successfully made
Application of Loan Payments: Payments will be applied to your loan in the following "waterfall" fashion:
1. Funds are first applied to interest accrued-but-unpaid, then
2. Any remaining funds are applied to the Loan principal—calculated as "regular payment" minus interest accrued-but-unpaid, then
3. Any remaining funds are then applied to any fees outstanding, then
4. Any remaining funds are applied toward any additional principal (which creates or adds to your Take-Back Balance)
Additional Information: Membership restrictions may apply. To qualify, a borrower must be at least 18 years old, a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident and must meet our institution's underwriting requirements. Not all borrowers receive the lowest rate. To qualify for the lowest rate, you must have a responsible financial history and meet other funding criteria. If approved, your actual rate will be within the range of rates listed above and will depend on a variety of factors including the term of the loan, your financial history, years of experience, income and other factors. Rates and terms are subject to change at any time without notice and are subject to state restrictions. Contact one of our credit union loan representatives for additional information, details and loan application.
Trademarks: Kasasa Loans is a trademark of Kasasa, Ltd., registered in the U.S.A.
Kasasa Dashboard How-tos
Explainer: What is a Kasasa Loan?
Your personal dashboard gives you full control.
• Track your current loan payments or make adjustments to the amount.
• View your available Take-Back balance.
• Withdraw the extra funds with a click of a button.
• Visualize the impact of changes before you make them.