New Ally Program could help Bad Credit Car Customers

Ally Wallet Wise program will offer both online and in person advice on budgeting credit and banking even for people with poor credit car loans

Helping you

If you have poor credit you may be looking for something in addition to terrible credit auto loans that can raise your credit scores and improve your current credit situation.

We understand this because we’ve been involved in bad credit auto sales for nearly twenty years here at Auto Credit Express. In that time frame, we’ve gotten approvals for hundreds of buyers for a bad credit car.

We can show you why a tote the note dealer won’t help your credit score and we can also walk you through the loan process to lessen the possibility of repossession. Buyers outside our retail area can also fill out an online auto loans application to find the right kind of dealer in their area.

But we realize that there are also other things you can do to improve your credit scores, which is why we want to pass on to you the recent news from Ally Financial.

Ally Wallet Wise

For some consumers, issues such as credit, household budgets, banking and investing can be challenging topics, especially if they don’t know where to go for guidance. Ally Financial Inc. has launched a new financial literacy program–Ally Wallet Wise—that can help take some of the unknown out of personal finance.

Ally Wallet Wise offers community-based, in-person sessions, as well as online courses through www.allywalletwise.com. Both options are available at no cost to consumers.

Topics covered include Credit, Budget and Banking & Investing. Ally plans to add courses on automotive finance and home finance in the future. The website and in-person classes offer:

•    Exercises to educate consumers on personal finance concepts.
•    Real-life scenarios to help consumers navigate challenges in personal finance.
•    Resources for consumers to obtain additional support.

Ally Financial has teamed with community organizations across the country to teach the in-person Wallet Wise sessions. These organizations are equipped with workbook and presentation materials that have been structured to teach consumers in an atmosphere that is fun, interactive and conducive to learning. Consumers can learn about upcoming sessions in their community by visiting www.allywalletwise.com.

As we see it

When you begin the process of credit repair, the more resources you have, including poor credit car loans and personal finance education, the better.

You should also know that Auto Credit Express has helped thousands of people with bad credit buy cars and establish their auto credit through a nationwide network of affiliate dealers that specialize in second chance auto loans.

So if you’re serious about getting your car credit back on track, you can begin now by filling out our online auto loans application.

Posted on July 26, 2011 by in Bad Credit, Credit Repair
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