Rules when using Lendtable Lendtable Team August 08, 2023 18:59 Updated Failure to do any of the following will will result in your balance becoming due in full immediately: Upload your paystub once per month so Lendtable can verify your 401(k) and ESPP contributions. Contribute the amount required to maximize your 401(k) employer matching contributions or Employee Stock Purchase Plan. Do not initiate any 401(k) withdrawals and loans without first submitting a request with Lendtable and receiving an approval. When using a 401(k) Line of Credit, you must pay your 401(k) Balance when you leave your employer, if you choose to stop using your line of credit, or do not comply with any of the above conditions. When using an ESPP Line of Credit, you must pay your ESPP balance in full after each Offering Period. Failure to do so will affect your access to both the ESPP and 401(k) Lines of Credit and your balance will be due immediately. If you plan to leave your current employer, notify us at least two weeks before your departure so that we can assist you in settling any outstanding balance. Related articles Tax considerations How much does Lendtable cost? How does Lendtable work? Does Lendtable affect my credit? When will I receive deposits from the ESPP Line of Credit? Comments 0 comments Please sign in to leave a comment.