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I did the check and see if you qualify etc and they actually beat the rate my credit union offered. I have my car insurance info, pay stubs, and even the past 4 or 5 monthly bank statements ready to go if needed. 

 

Curious if they are decent to deal with? I filled it out in the navigator with a 5k down payment and that puts the payments where I want them. 

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