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    purplepolarbear
    How long before I should re-apply for a personal loan after rejection?
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    • 31st Oct 12, 8:28 PM
    How long before I should re-apply for a personal loan after rejection? 31st Oct 12 at 8:28 PM
    Hi. My application for a 10k loan has just been rejected because my fiance has only been in his new job for 1 month, and he is still in a 3 month probation period. We have both never had a break in employment, and can comfortably afford the repayments. We have been saving 700 a month for our wedding, and will no longer need to do this. The repayments are under 200 a month. If we re-apply in 2 months time when he has passed his probation, will the rejection affect our second application for the loan? Any advice is much appreciated. We need a loan because our car will be written off when it goes for it's next mot so we need to replace it, and were hoping to upgrade, given that we can afford the payments. Thanks
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