Consumers with problem credit often want to know how a bankruptcy will affect their chances of applying for an auto loan.
Just because you have problem credit doesn’t mean you should be paying more for the full coverage auto insurance required for a car loan just because of the type of policy it happens to be.
The percentage of delinquencies remains flat while the number of auto loans to car buyers with questionable credit continued to rise during the second quarter of 2013.
Having a vehicle repossessed is never a good thing. In fact, having one appear on a credit is one of the worst things that can happen to any borrower. But it is especially bad if the auto loan in question belongs to a consumer with problem credit.
When putting together a budget consumers with deficient credit need to know which kind of car insurance to shop for before signing on the dotted line for a car loan.
The report released by Experian back in 2009 analyzed the rate of identity fraud across various credit score ranges. It also establishes a clear correlation between excellent credit scores (for both individuals and businesses) and “the propensity for identity fraud victimization.”
Consumers with problem credit should know what could happen before they respond to a phone call or email from what might turn out to be a fraudulent company attempting to sell them a new or used car service contract.