Secured Loans

Cash Secured Loans​

Looking for the best rate on a personal loan you can use for any purpose? Ask us about our guaranteed credit option. With a secured loan from First Exchange Bank, you can utilize your savings account or CD as collateral to help establish or repair your credit. As long as you repay your secured loan according to its terms, you’ll be able to maintain your savings account balance while still earning interest. Secured loans are a great way to get a personal loan at the best rate possible.

What is a Cash Secured Loan?​

Secured personal loans are easy to qualify for and come with lower interest rates than on a credit card or unsecured loan.

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How to Apply for a Cash Secured Personal Loan ​

Applying for a personal loan is a quick and simple process. You’ll just need to provide basic information such as your name and address, show photo ID, social security number, and state your current income. If you use a savings account or CD as collateral, your credit score and income will not be factor in the approval process. Contact one of our loan officers to learn more!

Apply For A Cash Secured Personal Loan!​

We’ve helped generations of West Virginians reach their financial goals and we can help you, too. Come experience our friendly and personal service for yourself! Visit us in Morgantown, Mannington, Fairview, Fairmont, Hundred or White Hall.

Contact the North Central West Virginia loan officers at First Exchange Bank to learn more about secured personal loans or click the button below to get started.

Cash Secured Personal Loan FAQs​

You can use your First Exchange Bank savings accounts as collateral. Choose from Personal Savings or Certificates of Deposit.

Because you’re borrowing against other funds you already own (a savings account or CD), your credit score will not be a factor in the approval process. Contact one of our loan officers to discuss your situation. 

If you’re having trouble making payments on your secured loan, contact us to discuss your options. West Virginia is a “right to cure default” state, which means you get a certain period to catch up on missed payments and late fees. However, if you go through with the default, you’ll lose the savings account used as collateral and the default will be reported on your credit report.

Yes, you may use your cash secured loan for any purpose, including debt consolidation. The advantages of consolidating higher interest debt such as credit card balances includes saving on interest paid and having just one monthly debt payment instead of several.