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Repay your cards up to 5X sooner

Credit cards can be a decades long debt trap because there is usually no fixed monthly repayments or minimum term...


Credit Cards: Minimum credit card repayments of 2.5% of outstanding balance OR $20 (which ever is greatest). Credit Card Cutter: 7.99% p.a. interest rate (8.55% p.a. comparison rate) 1 to 5 years. Savings: Savings do not take into account credit card fees and charges of the Credit Card Cutter application fee.



Borrow $1,000 up to $30,000 without the need to secure against your home 


Use your cash and savings to save interest and repay your loan sooner


Redraw additional funds paid when you want them. (redraw fee applies)


Repay your loan and close your account at any time without penalty


Use your cash and savings to save interest and repay your loan sooner


A low once off application fee  which can be added to the  loan at settlement


Use your cash and savings to save interest and repay your loan sooner


Choose the repayments that suit you. Choose to repay your loan from 1 up to 5 years.

Credit Card -v- Consolidate

Credit cards can look much the same as a personal loan. You borrow at an interest rate and repay over time. But there are four key differences which could be costing you time and a lot of money.

No fixed term

Credit cards don't have a fixed repayment term. This means you'll always have the temptation to draw your credit card right back up to the limit.

Reducing Repayment 

Minimum repayments are calculated as a percentage of the outstanding balance (usually 2% or 2.5%). The result can mean 4 to 5 times more interest than a consolidation loan and decades longer to repay.

Access to the money

Unlike a personal loan which you need to redraw to spend, a credit card is sitting right there in your wallet, ready to spend.

It's like carrying a packet of cigarettes with you when you're trying to quit smoking.

Honeymoon deals

Credit cards offer "honeymoon" deals that sound like incredible value. We all plan to transfer the balance when the intro rate is over, but few of us ever do.


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About the lender

A not-for-profit Customer Owned Banking Institution with a history of outperforming the major banks. Established in 1964.


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About the loan

An unsecured personal loan for the purposes of consolidating and cutting up your credit cards once and for all.

Hundreds of Australians speak to Parker Lane every month about ways to save money.


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