I've been documenting my Lending Club experiece and have been mentioning a script that I use. This script only worked on Mac machines with the Safari browser. I have since started using Google's Chrome browser, and only launched Safari for doing Lending Club business. So to do my Lending Club business in Chrome, I have started writing a Chrome Extension that helps me decide on loans to buy.
This extension is in beta and I make no assurances as to how well it works.
Install Note Browser Filter (click on this link in Google Chrome)
(Note: A slight majority, almost 1/3 of the visitors of this blog are running Chrome, followed by another almost third for FireFox. Also about 2/3 of the visitors are on Windows. I'm hoping this solution works for a majority of the visitors to this site.)
After clicking the install link, there may be a button at the botton of the window asking you to confirm you want to install the extension. Click the "Continue" button and then the "Install" button to install the extension.
For instance, I have it remove duplicate Loans (only the first instance is shown), Loans I already own a Note in, Loans that have Imperfect Status (not Issued or Current), had less than $15 Outstanding Principal or more than $25 Outstanding Principal, Notes that have less the $0.20 of Accrued Interest, Notes that have a Markup of over 10% or Notes that have a Yield to Maturity under 16%.
I also highlight 36 Month Notes in red, Loans that have less than 20 Day Since Payment in orange and Loans with less than 25 Remaining Payments in yellow.
So you sort your Notes the way you always have, and after about 5 seconds it will filter out or highlight the rows for you.
Below is a screen shot of the tool in use. I did not edit this image. Notice it says it is showing Notes 1 - 60, but only 8 Notes are actually showing. Alternating unfiltered rows have green and white backgrounds (to let you know the extension is running, FolioFN uses alternating blue and white backgrounds).