Elevate Credit eclipses $ 500 million in combined loans receivable by 25%



FORT WORTH, Texas – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The title of the release should read: Elevate Credit eclipses $ 500 million in combined loans (instead of Elevate Credit eclipses $ 500 million in combined loans at 25%).

Post caption should read: 25% increase from end of 2sd Quarter (instead of the increase from the end of the 2nd quarter).

The updated version reads as follows:


25% increase from the end of the 2ndsd Trimester

Elevate Credit, Inc. (NYSE: ELVT) (“Elevate” or the “Company”), a leading technology provider of innovative and responsible online lending solutions for unprivileged consumers, today announced that combined loans – principal arrears recently exceeded $ 500 million.

Chairman and CEO Jason Harvison said, “We, and the banks we back, are proud to have eclipsed half a billion in outstanding loans during the peak of the summer demand season in 2021. Consumer credit has recovered faster and stronger than initially expected. and we now expect the combined loan receivable and principal balances to end in 2021 in the range of $ 545 million to $ 575 million compared to our previous outlook of $ 475 million to $ 500 million. ”

“Elevate continues to build momentum and execute our strategic growth initiatives. Our new Blueprint platform has enabled strong growth for all three products. The three-tier marketing plan we crafted earlier this year to re-engage alumni Partner channel expansion has proven to be very successful in 2021, and we’re excited to continue reaching underprivileged Americans who aren’t. not sufficiently served by traditional banks, ”continued Mr. Harvison.

Chad Bradford, Acting CFO, added: “During the peak credit demand season this spring and last summer, we were delighted to increase the volume of loans within our business unit. targeted. While this growth has increased the initial costs associated with origination, such as provisioning, we expect to meet our performance targets on significantly scaled volumes. We plan to provide an update of our financial outlook for the year 2021 on therd quarterly earnings conference call in November. ”

Forward-looking statements

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About the elevation

Elevate (NYSE: ELVT), working with the banks that license its marketing and technology services, has to date granted $ 9.2 billion in unprivileged credit to more than 2.6 million non-privileged consumers. privileged and has saved its clients more than $ 8.5 billion over the cost of payday loans. Its responsible and technological online lending solutions provide immediate relief to today’s customers and help them build a brighter financial future. The company is committed to rewarding borrowers for good financial behavior with features like interest rates that may drop over time, free financial education, and free credit monitoring. Elevate’s suite of revolutionary credit products include RISE, Elastic and Today Card. For more information, please visit http://corporate.elevate.com.


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