There is not much difference. Lender is always involves the exchange of money. A creditor is some one or thing that has a claim on a service of another, often this service is discharged through the exchange of money.
A lender is someone (commercial or not) who loans (lends) you money which you are expected to return, with or without interest.
A creditor is more of an accounting term in business, refering to suppliers who sell you goods which you have to pay for. As long as you have not paid for the goods, you are said to have bought the goods 'on credit'.
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