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has anyone heard of road loans

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#1 schram12

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Posted 03 May 2003 - 07:41 PM

CSR said they were a division of ford motor credit.

I went through a company called autocreditfinders.com CRS told me they can refinance a credit score as low as 500. My current interest rate was 19%, I thought I would take a chance it worked

road loans approved us for 15% interest rate. We havent been below 19% in 7 years. :) they said we could refinace again after 12 months.

WE havent actually signed the paper work yet just thought I would check to see if anyone has dealt with them. thanks

#2 gargoyle

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Posted 03 May 2003 - 11:11 PM

roadloans is WAY high. if you're going this route, it's obviously for a reason...
so try peoplefirst and household auto finance and see what they can get you....

#3 jas77

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Posted 03 May 2003 - 11:30 PM

When my wife and I were trying to refinance about 4 months ago, we tried roadloans and peoplefirst along with our credit union. Peoplefirst denied us, roadloans was going to give us 16% for 60 months, and our credit union gave us 7.4% for 48 months. If at all possible, try a credit union first before you sign any papers for roadloans, you might be pleasantly surprised like we were! Good luck to you.

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