Borrowers with problem credit often have a choice when it comes to choosing the type of used car to finance. The reason for this is that in some cases even these buyers can pick either a regular used car or a certified used car.
Car buyers suffering from poor credit that rely on auto loans should be cheered by additional information found in the latest quarterly report from Experian Automotive.
A program offered for the past two years by Mazda dealers could help car buyers with questionable credit who receive a loan approval through one of them save money on routine car maintenance.
Borrowers with damaged credit who have been rejected for a regular car loan can be the targets of online scammers that have been known to create fake websites or programs that appear reputable.
When it comes to auto loan modifications, it’s our opinion that most consumers with car credit problems will get taken for a ride.
A good rule for borrowers with problem credit to follow is that they should place the most dependable cars they’re considering at the top of their shopping lists.