#### Estimated Net Return

Estimated returns reflect various assumptions, which assumptions may or may not occur. Certain key assumptions are described below. No representations or warranties are made as to the achievability of the estimated returns and actual performance may be materially different from estimated returns. Estimated returns are subject to change without notice. The information described below is for information purposes only and is not intended as an offer to sell securities issued by Loop Funding Inc.

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Investors should read the offering memorandum for securities offered by Loop Funding Inc., especially the risk factors relating to the securities offered, before making an investment decision. All purchases of the securities are made pursuant to available prospectus exemptions.

##### Assumptions

From time to time, we provide projected net returns on the Website. The projected net returns are a portfolio weighted estimate of the annual return. To calculate the net return, we use the projected gross yield, the projected loss rate, the projected slope of the default curve and the servicing fee for the Borrower Loans made. The average return is compounded monthly and shown before tax.

To calculate a projected annualized net return (estimated net return), we multiply the estimated gross interest rate (net of servicing fees) and estimated lifetime loss rate for each risk band by the estimated portfolio weights for the Auto-Lend plan to determine a weighted average interest rate and a weighted average lifetime loss rate for the modelled pool of loans. We then take the weighted average interest rates and weighted average lifetime loss rate for the modelled pool of loans and extrapolate them over a 3-year portfolio projection with continued monthly re-investment of principal and interest to arrive at a final cumulative net return estimate. The final cumulative net return estimate is then rooted by 3 (^1/3) in order to create the projected annualized net return.

The following are the estimated portfolio weights that are used in the current estimate:

Loan Grade | Conservative | Balanced | Aggressive |

A+ | 2.10% | 0.96% | 0% |

A | 17.99% | 8.19% | 0% |

B+ | 32.84% | 14.94% | 0% |

B | 47.06% | 21.41% | 0% |

C+ | 0% | 17.83% | 32.71% |

C | 0% | 15.28% | 28.03% |

D+ | 0% | 9.38% | 17.21% |

D | 0% | 6.48% | 11.88% |

E+ | 0% | 4.09% | 7.51% |

E | 0% | 1.45% | 2.67% |

The following are the estimated interest rates and loss rates that are used in the current estimate:

Loan Grade | Estimated Lifetime Loss Rate | Estimated Gross Interest Rate | Estimated Net Return |

A+ | 2.00% | 6.55% | 5.28% |

A | 3.50% | 8.76% | 5.76% |

B+ | 4.50% | 10.48% | 6.33% |

B | 6.00% | 11.65% | 6.76% |

C+ | 7.00% | 13.40% | 7.46% |

C | 8.50% | 14.58% | 7.96% |

D+ | 10.00% | 16.36% | 8.77% |

D | 12.00% | 18.15% | 9.64% |

E+ | 15.50% | 20.55% | 10.90% |

E | 18.00% | 24.77% | 13.37% |

##### Limitations to these estimates

These returns are an estimate of the return after fees and bad debts for recently accepted loans on the marketplace. We use these calculations as we believe they are currently the most useful and accurate way to assess future investment performance because it takes into account both our fees and any future bad debts. However, as with many calculations it has limitations, which include:

- The calculation is based on estimated bad debt rates and the actual bad debt rates may differ.
- Gross interest rates are likely to vary for each loan and may not match your portfolio of loans.
- The formula compounds interest monthly and therefore assumes continued re-investment using Auto-Lend for a period of at least 5 years.
- The returns are calculated before taxes are applied to earnings.
- It assumes that all funds are fully invested in Notes and does not include any amounts not invested.
- The estimate uses a model portfolio and the actual portfolio weight of your Notes are likely to vary from the one shown.
- The calculation assumes that your portfolio is fully diversified, to ensure this is the case, no single Note shoud make up more than 1% of your portfolio.