Staying married pays dividends. In fact, how does $10,000 sound if you stay married.Geekwire.com is reporting that a Seattle-based company, SwanLuv,  will set you up with a loan for wedding (up to $10,000) and you don’t have to repay the loan. The catch? If you get a divorce, you will be required payback the entire loan plus interest.

SwanLuv CEO Scott Avy says it’s like a casino for marriages. His company will look at the statistics, survey potential couples and give higher interest rates to the stronger relationships in order to “protect ourselves as a company.”

 

He says he doesn’t hope any marriage ends in divorce, but the fact is that some will.

 

“It comes back to statistics,” Avy said. “We’ll have the right odds so we’ll be OK. But they won’t be so crazy that no one wants to do it.”

So if you are like me, you are probably wondering how a company could make an offer like this and stay profitable?

“It comes back to statistics,” Avy said. “We’ll have the right odds so we’ll be OK. But they won’t be so crazy that no one wants to do it.”

Here's how the process works. When couple apply for the loan, SwanLuv will determine evaluate how strong a couple you are. The company will then calculate amount of the loan and interest rate based on that.

Hurry! Loans will be given out beginning in March 2016. If you are planning on getting married, soon, you will want to pre-register a Swanluv.com.

If you think your marriage is strong, go for it!