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What Would You Do With $10,000?
●June 1, 2021●1 minute read
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Jacaranda Finance is getting ready to launch their first End of Financial Year Campaign. Applicants that apply for a personal loan during June 2021 will be automatically entered into the draw to win the campaign prize, $10,000 cash, once they receive their completed, funded loan.
As the first financial year impacted by COVID-19 comes to an end, Jacaranda Finance decided to facilitate a cash giveaway to cap off the challenging year. It is no secret that COVID-19 created unprecedented financial hardship for many people, with unemployment and instability prevalent in many households.
In recognition of these challenges, Jacaranda Finance Founder and CEO, Daniel Wessels, wanted to give back to the customers that trusted Jacaranda Finance with their finances during such unstable times.
The EOFY 2021 Campaign will run from 1 June 2021 to 30 June 2021 at 11:59pm. Any applications that are submitted within this timeframe will be considered as entrants. However, applications that are not approved, or loans that are not fully executed, will not be entered into the competition.
Operating across Australia, 100% online, Jacaranda Finance encourages people to apply anywhere, any time, during the month of June to enter. The winner will be selected on a Facebook livestream on 9 July 2021, though the name of the person will be kept private. Instead, the User ID will be announced, and this person will be contacted after the livestream has ended.
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Written by Rachel Horan
Rachel Horan is a Content Writer for Jacaranda Finance. Rachel has previously produced content for Brisbane City Council, Black & White Cabs, and Clubs Queensland. She has a Bachelor of Mass Communication with Distinction from the Queensland University of Technology.