FORT WORTH, Texas – (BUSINESS WIRE) – The press release headline should read: Elevate Credit dwarfs $ 500 million in combined credit claims (rather than Elevate Credit obscuring $ 500 million in combined credit claims by 25%).
The title of the publication should read: 25% increase from the end of 2nd Quarter (instead of increasing from the end of the 2nd quarter).
The updated version is:
INCREASED CREDIT EXCEEDS 500 MILLION $ OF COMBINED LOANS
25% increase from the end of the 2ndnd quarter
Elevate Credit, Inc. (NYSE: ELVT) (âElevateâ or the âCompanyâ), a leading technology-focused provider of innovative and responsible online credit solutions for first-time consumers, announced today that it had a combined loan receivable and principal outstanding of $ 500 million Dollar exceeded.
Chief Executive Officer Jason Harvison commented, âWe are proud to have worked with the banks we support to overshadow half a billion outstanding loans during the peak of summer demand in 2021. Consumer credit has recovered faster and stronger than originally expected. âAnd we now expect combined loan claims – principal balances by the end of 2021 to be in the range of $ 545 million to $ 575 million compared to our previous outlook of $ 475 million to $ 500 million.
âElevate continues to build momentum and implement our strategic growth initiatives. Our new blueprint platform has enabled strong growth in all three products. The partner channel expansion has proven very successful in 2021 and we look forward to continuing to reach non-prime Americans who are inadequately served by traditional banks, “continued Harvison gone.
Interim CFO Chad Bradford added, “During the peak credit demand season last spring and summer, we were delighted to see credit growth within our targeted single economy. While that growth increased upfront costs such as marketing and credit.” We assume that we will achieve our target returns with the significantly scaled volumes.approx Conference call on quarterly results in November. ”
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Elevate (NYSE: ELVT), along with the banks that license its marketing and technology services, to date has extended $ 9.2 billion in non-prime loans to more than 2.6 million non-prime consumers and its own Customers over $ 8.5 billion versus the cost of payday loans. Its responsible, technology-enabled online lending solutions bring instant relief to customers today and help them build a better financial future. The company strives to reward borrowers for good financial behavior with features like interest rates that can drop over time, free financial training, and free credit monitoring. Elevate’s groundbreaking credit products include RISE, Elastic, and Today Card. For more information, please visit http://corporate.elevate.com.