The issues you encounter while searching for a car dealer during troubled financial times don’t just include reduced chances of approval and higher interest rates. It also narrows your options of which dealership will approve you.
We know that there are car buyers out there that would prefer to just avoid having their credit checked, while others try to stay “off the grid” by avoiding credit altogether. However, keep in mind that your credit factors into many more things than just auto loans and credit cards.
Thanksgiving can take a toll on your budget if you are not careful. You may not want to think about your finances during the holiday season, but it is imperative that you do if you have damaged credit. You can have a budget-friendly Thanksgiving if you simply avoid these pitfalls and follow these tips.
Auto Credit Express is happy that we are able to help people get the cars they need for work, school and everyday activities. And it seems that our customers are glad to have us around too.
It’s easy to understand your burning desire to give everyone the perfect gift during the most wonderful time of the year, but your generosity could easily lead to holiday overspending if you’re not careful.
If you have applied for a bad credit/no credit auto loan, there is a good chance that you will be referred to a specific car dealership. Why is this? Why can’t you just pick your own dealership?
Sometimes, a debt collection agency will take on an old debt of yours that you never paid back, and try to collect on it years and years later. This is known as a zombie debt, and you need to know how to handle the situation should it ever happen to you.