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Lending Club is a Webby Nominee: Best Banking/Bill Paying Website(VOTE)

It is with great pleasure that I share with you the great news:  Lending Club has been nominated for a Webby Award in the Banking/Bill Paying category.  The Webby Award is the most prestigious recognition of web design, innovation, and internet product excellence.

Lending Club is no stranger to the Webbys, having won in 2008 and receiving nominations or honoree designation in both the 2009 and 2010 editions of the famous event.   We are back in 2011 with a new brand and complete website revamp.

It is quite rare for the Webby judges to bring back sites that have won in the past, so we take this nomination with pride and excitement as a recognition of our dedication to product excellence.

The official judges from The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences will select the winner for The Webby Award, while the community (that means you!) will vote for The People’s Voice Award. Other nominees in the Banking/Bill Paying category are Chase, US Bank, Kashoo and Billeo.

Please cast your vote for us by April 28th.    Unlike last time we won the award in 2008 when we were going through registration with the SEC, we promise to be loud this time around.

The 15th Annual Webby Award.  VOTE for us now >>

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