Peer-to-Peer Platform Payoff Secures Funding for up to $250M to Eliminate the Credit Card Debt of the Next 15,000 Members

PayoffSouthern California-based Payoff, Inc. today announced that Eaglewood Capital Management, a subsidiary of alternative asset manager Marshall Wace, has agreed to finance up to $250 million of loans over a multi-year period, subject to Eaglewood’s purchase criteria.

This arrangement should enable Payoff’s rapid growth to support the millions of U.S. consumers motivated to refinance and pay off their high-interest rate credit card balances. Payoff has raised more than $300 million in combined equity and debt capital since inception to build the future of consumer financial services and improve the financial well being of its members.

Payoff founder and CEO Scott Saunders stated:

Scott Saunders“Our focus on consumer financial empowerment defines Payoff. We’re inventing a future for truly profitable financial services where we help our members transition from paying interest to earning interest. Our bet is that doing the right thing for our members will pay off for us and for them!”

Founded in 2009, Payoff, Inc. is a peer-to-peer platform that delivers products and services that help clients pay off debt and build wealth. Payoff’s chief scientist, former eHarmony chief scientist Dr. Galen Buckwalter, leads a team of top psychologists, decision scientists, and neuroscientists applying science to help Payoff’s community better understand their financial behavior and make better financial decisions.

Payoff investors include Payoff board members Mohamed El-Erian, former PIMCO chief executive; and Joe Saunders, former Visa chief executive; as well as Chinese internet company Tencent. Payoff is backed by other global digital finance leaders, top-tier venture capital firms, and some of the most prominent individuals in financial services.

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