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Even Santa runs a little low on cash! Borrow up to $3,000
for one full year at the unbelievably low rate of 7% APR*!
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NEED EXTRA CHRISTMAS CASH?
Skip your November or December TPFCU loan payment for just $25 per loan!*
*Loan must be open for at least 3 months. Loans past 30 days delinquent or are involved in bankruptcy proceedings are not eligible.
Loans NOT included are home equity, real estate, balloon, lines of credit and MasterCard. Fee must be paid before loan is skipped.

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