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Got A #MyProsperStory? Enter for a Chance to Win a Full Loan Payoff!

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  • Written By: Mark Denker, M.D.

As 2015 comes to a close, we want to celebrate our community with the launch of the #MyProsperStory contest. We’re giving away $2,500, $5,000, and a full loan payoff, up to $35,000!

We know that there are few feelings better than the one you get after achieving an important financial goal. Whether it’s consolidating your credit card debt, or paying off medical bills, or undertaking a home improvement project, we understand how much patience and perseverance it takes to control your money, so you can advance your financial well being. Now, we want to hear how you prospered this year.

How can you get involved in the 2015 #MyProsperStory Video Contest?

November 3 – 20: Beginning today, send us a short video (3 minutes max) talking about how you used a loan through Prosper to stay on top of your finances. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #MyProsperStory to qualify for prizes.

December 1 – 10: Prosper will select 10 finalists among all the videos submitted. On December 1, we will open voting to the community. Anyone can view the #MyProsperStory finalists and help us pick the winners. (Consider yourself forewarned though: if our last contest was anything to go by, you should prepare yourself for lots of tears and laughs.)

December 15: Winners of the #MyProsperStory will be announced on December 15 via the Prosper Blog. The three videos with the highest number of votes will receive:

  • Second Place: $2,500
  • First Place: $5,000
  • Grand Prize: A full loan payoff (up to $35,000!)

All prizes will be applied towards loan balance first. For official rules and submission guidelines, click here.

Your stories inspire us. Prosper is committed to bringing our customers personal loans at affordable rates, so being able to see all that you’ve achieved is especially exciting for us. What’s more—we think your stories will inspire others in the community too! You never know— you could be the encouraging nudge someone else needs to prosper next year.