A program offered by Mazda dealers could help car buyers with questionable credit save money on routine car maintenance.
New and used car buyers with damaged credit should be aware of the fact that they may receive calls or emails from fraudulent companies trying to sell them new and used car service contracts.
Purchasing service contract as an add on to high risk car loans can often be a smart move.
Consumers, especially those on tight budgets and with less than perfect credit, are particularly at risk for being blindsided by unforeseen vehicle expenses in situations that, in many instances, could benefit from an auto service contract.
Here at Auto Credit Express we want credit-challenged applicants who might qualify for a new, used or certified used bad credit car know that, even though it might be a long shot, they should be aware of a program offered by Mazda.
If you work for an auto manufacturer or have friends or family members that do you may be able to take advantage of one of these discounts even if
you have poor credit.
As dealer backend products go (backend products are those things the dealer business manager is in charge of selling), we can think of at least two situations in which gap insurance might make sense. This is especially true if you have less than perfect credit and, believe it or not, are on a tight budget.