Simply consolidate all your loans into one easy to manage debt consolidation loan from Nectar, and you could be relaxing this summer with $1,000 in your pocket, or swimwear.
Apply and enter your unique code Summer and be in to win 1 of 3 $1,000 prizes+
+For every loan funded by 31 March 2021, you go in the draw to win 1 of 3 $1,000 cash prizes. Nectar’s lending criteria apply. Interest rates are based on your unique profile, and range between 8.95% p.a. and 29.95% p.a. fixed for the life of the loan. Loans are subject to a one-time establishment fee of $240.
The details above and these terms and conditions are the rules for the ‘Win 1 of 3 $1,000 cash prizes’ prize draw (Rules).
· The Rules apply to every applicant for whom a loan is settled between 12 February 2021 and 31 March 2021 (Participant).
· The draw will be made at 5pm on 5 April 2021. The three winners will be announced as soon as possible afterwards.
· Nectar can cancel or change the draw or any of the Rules at any time for any reason.
· No nectar staff, directors, shareholders, their spouses or relatives will be permitted to enter the competition.
· Only one entry per participant.
· You can be disqualified if you breach any of the Rules.
· If you win, we will publish your first name citing connection with Nectar and the draw.
· We won’t be responsible for any costs, losses or damages incurred by you or anyone else in connection with the draw.
· The Rules will be governed by New Zealand law.
If you win:
· If we can’t get hold of you within 48 hours, we will re-draw and find another winner. So please check your emails and keep your phone handy.
· We will deposit the $1,000 (without deduction) into your nominated bank account. Please be aware that this payment may take several days to clear before funds can be drawn.
· The $1,000 payment is personal to you and cannot be tranferred to someone else unless we agree. If you cannot accept the prize for any reason, we will re-draw.
· If you are disqualified for breach of the Rules, we will re-draw.
· There may be tax implications on receiving the money. We suggest that you get your own tax advice.