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Extended: Prosper Offers 3% Cash Back on Select Listings

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011

Offer Extended! Due to continued high borrower demand for loans, we are extending our cash back offer through Wednesday, March 23rd.  We are offering 3% cash back on all manual investments in our Loan Listings featured here:

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As these listings fund, new listings will be added to the list, so make sure to check back regularly for new offerings!

* The promotional period for this offer ends on Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 11:59 PM PDT, and all rebates will be paid by April 30, 2011. To be eligible, investments must be made manually on listings posted on the “Browse Listings” page located at http://www.prosper.com/invest/individual_loans.aspx after the listing has appeared on the page. Only eligible investments during the promotional period that become funded Notes before the payout date will be considered “invested”. Invested funds can only qualify for one cash back promotion; in the event that a given investment qualifies for two different such promotions, then the investments will count toward both qualification thresholds, if applicable, and the lender will be paid the higher of the two rebate amounts. Investments made by automated plans are excluded from the promotion.

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To meet the growing demand for loans on our platform, through Thursday Prosper is offering 3% cash back on all manual investments in our Loan Listings featured here:

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No minimum investment is required, so, whether you want to invest $25 or $2,500, what are you waiting for?

P.S. As these listings fund, new listings will be added to the list, so make sure to check back regularly for new offerings!

* The promotional period for this offer ends on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 11:59 PM PDT, and all rebates will be paid by April 30, 2011. To be eligible, investments must be made manually on listings from the “Loan Listings” section of the “Browse Listings” page located at http://www.prosper.com/invest/individual_loans.aspx after the listing has appeared on the page. Only eligible investments during the promotional period that become funded Notes before the payout date will be considered “invested”. Invested funds can only qualify for one cash back promotion; in the event that a given investment qualifies for two different such promotions, then the investments will count toward both qualification thresholds, if applicable, and the lender will be paid the higher of the two rebate amounts. Investments made by automated plans are excluded from the promotion.

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Prosper Response: New York Times Article October 27, 2010

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Today a highly misleading article appeared on the subject of one of our former board members, Raj Date. Raj has just been appointed by Elizabeth Warren to a special advisory post at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. We are very proud of Raj’s track record of consumer advocacy and championing reform in the financial services industry.

The article made several erroneous statements about Prosper and Raj’s relationship with us, despite our having shared information with the reporter while he was writing the article that directly refuted his assertions. In fact, several of the assertions are patently incorrect based on a cursory review of our site. The reporter chose to ignore the facts and go ahead with the slanted perspective for reasons that are not clear.

The misstatements and misrepresentations include the following:

  • Suggesting Prosper is a sub-prime lender: obviously refuted by the fact that our average bureau score of borrowers is over 700. In fact it was 715 in September.
  • Suggesting Prosper arranges low-doc loans. The fact is that our underwriting and verification procedures are highly rigorous, and include extensive documentation of employment, income, and identity of the borrowers.
  • Suggesting that there is uncontrolled risk and high losses in Prosper’s loan portfolio. As clearly illustrated in our recent , losses on assets booked in the last 15 months are beating expectations and are 1/3 of the loss rate on loans booked in 2007 and 2008.
  • The reporter failed to note Prosper’s long advocacy of consumers and the fact that Prosper’s CEO Chris Larsen has been a champion of consumer privacy and protection for over 10 years.
  • Suggesting Raj’s relationship with Prosper was “rarely reported” when in fact it was properly disclosed in all relevant SEC filings and on our website.

Shortly after the article appeared, another industry journalist observed the egregious slant of the article and refuted it with a blog posting entitled .

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