Mindbloom has partnered with Walnut to help you pay over time.

Applying will not affect your credit score
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FAQ

We’ve pulled together some basics to help you get started.

What is Walnut?
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Walnut is a better way to manage your healthcare costs. We turn your medical bill into smaller, monthly installments that are customized to you.

Does this affect my credit score?
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Your credit score will not be affected when you check your eligibility, even though we perform a credit check. If you decide to pay through Walnut, your loan and payments may affect your credit score. Paying on time can help you build positive credit history and we will assign you a Walnut Agent to help you make sure you are on track.

Are there fees or interest?
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Your loan may contain fees or interest.

How long do I get to pay the bill back?
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Term lengths usually last between 3 and 60 months.

How are approvals determined?
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We take into account a number of factors: current economic conditions; eligibility criteria—which include things like your credit score, your employment and income details, and your payment history. We also take into account your healthcare provider as we negotiate eligibility criteria with each healthcare provider individually.

What if my healthcare provider doesn't offer Walnut?
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Let us know and we can reach out directly to your healthcare provider.