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IT'S OFFICIAL: Goldman Sachs is ready to lend you money

Goldman Sachs is officially launching its consumer loan platform, Marcus. The online lending tool, which you can find at, will offer fixed-rate, no-fee personal loans of up to $30,000 for two- to six-year periods. "Marcus offers an option for consumers who are searching for a simpler alternative to credit card borrowing, where rates can change and multiple fees can be charged," said Harit Talwar, who is leading the initiative for Goldman Sachs.
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