Investments in GE Interest Plus and GE Capital Select notes are not FDIC-insured. Please see below for more information.
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GE Interest Plus is a direct investment in variable rate debt of GE Capital.
You should note that GE Interest Plus Notes are not a money
market fund, which is generally a diversified fund consisting of investments in short term
debt securities of many companies, or a certificate of deposit. Unlike bank accounts and
certificates of deposit, GE Interest Plus is not an FDIC-insured deposit. GE Interest Plus
is not guaranteed under the FDIC’s Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program. It is possible to
lose money if GE Capital is unable to pay its debts. Please see the prospectus for important
GE Capital Select term notes are a direct investment in the fixed rate debt
of General Electric Capital Corporation. GE Capital Select term notes are not a bank deposit,
money market fund or certificate of deposit and are not FDIC-insured. GE Capital Select term
notes are not guaranteed under the FDIC’s Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program. It is
possible to lose money if GE Capital is unable to pay its debts. When you invest in GE Capital
Select term notes, you agree to invest for the stated term of the security. Please see the
prospectus for important investment information, including information on applicable penalties
if GE Capital Select term notes are redeemed prior to their stated maturity.
GE Capital has designated GE Capital Markets, Inc., a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority,
to act as placement agent on behalf of GE Capital in offering the notes.
The issuer has filed registration statements (including prospectuses) [Registration Statement
Nos. 333-182527 and 333-184794] with the SEC for the offerings to which these communications
relate. Before you invest, you should read the applicable prospectus in the applicable
registration statements and other documents the issuer has filed with the SEC for more
complete information about the issuer and the applicable offering. You may get these
documents for free by visiting EDGAR on the SEC website at
clicking here for the GE Interest Plus prospectus,
clicking here for the GE Capital Select prospectus.
Alternatively, the issuer, any underwriter, or any dealer participating in the offerings will
arrange to mail you the applicable prospectus if you request it by