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When it comes to finance, things can get complicated quickly. We’re here to make your financial decisions a whole lot easier.
It’s easy & free to see where your credit score stands.
What is a credit score?
A credit score is a number between 0 to 1,000 or 1,200 and represents your creditworthiness.
3 reasons to check your credit score.
Knowledge is power
Checking your credit report will help you better understand your current financial wellbeing and what goes into your score.
Find out where you stand
If you want to apply for finance, it’s important to know where you stand and anticipate what kind of deal you may be able to get.
Fix any errors
It’s important to check that the personal and financial information in your report is correct. If you find an error, get in touch with the relevant credit bureau.
How it works.
Visit Tippla's website
Set up your account
Get your credit score
Before you submit an application with us, make sure you meet our eligibility criteria:
- At least 18 years of age
- An Australian citizen or permanent resident
- Have a regular income
To submit an application with us, all you’ll need is your mobile phone and Internet banking details.
We can help our clients borrow a personal loan from $5,000 up to $80,000 with terms from 1 year to 7 years.
It couldn’t be any more simple at OIYO. All you need to do is submit an application with us – it takes, on average, 8 minutes to complete – and we’ll do the rest. Our average turnaround time is 12-hours and our service is obligation-free.
You’re welcome to apply with OIYO if you currently have other forms of personal finance. Upon assessment, our team will determine whether you’re eligible for another loan before approval.
At OIYO, we partner with a number of sustainability-minded lenders, including:
- Money Place
- Jacaranda Finance
- Latitude Finance
- NOW Finance
- Society One
- Our Money Market
At OIYO, we let you do the choosing. If we determine that you’re suitable for a loan, we’ll do our best to match you with a lender which aligns with your values; however, you’ll always have the last say when it comes to choosing which lender you go with.