Having a baby is a dream many of us may have.

For some, being told IVF is their best chance can be quite overwhelming emotionally, not to mention financially.

But for one of our customers, they were determined never to give up hope.

How a medical loan helped

Despite four unsuccessful IVF attempts, Mel and her partner kept strong and decided to try for a fifth time, with some financial help from a Fair Go Finance medical loan.

After a little time, Mel contacted us to share some incredible news.

“I am super happy to announce the arrival of my first child. Little Miss has arrived safely and we are thrilled to have her in our world.”

“I would be honoured to have our story told as it may inspire and give hope to others. Without your assistance with the cost of IVF our beautiful bub would not be here, and I cannot imagine my world without her.”

IVF personal loans

Here at Fair Go Finance, we’ve enjoyed many wonderful customer stories over the years, just like Mel’s.

From wedding proposals, trips to compete in sporting events and fixing beloved pet’s broken bones, we feel very proud that our loans continue to help our customers go forward with their lives.

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