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New Auto Loan Offering for Qualified Borrowers with Bad Credit Provides No-Hassle Finance for Car Funding

NEW YORK, Nov. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Online lending authority,, has unveiled a new offer designed to help people with bad credit scores get auto financing for the car of their dreams. The loan money is being offered to borrowers with the ability to repay the money, and makes allowances for score mistakes that may prevent their getting approved with other lenders.

Qualified applicants who wish to take advantage of this special offer for auto financing are encouraged to visit the official website and apply here.

The website,, is a leading online resource helping consumers reestablish themselves following FICO mistakes such as bankruptcy, missed payments, or foreclosure. According to the site, being able to finance a vehicle purchase is often vital for struggling American families to commute to work.

The money borrowers qualify for can be used for the purchase of a vehicle or to refinance their current loan, at the borrower's discretion. The application process takes less than 10 minutes and can be done from the comfort of home.

o Financing approval can be used for:

o Purchase of a new car

o Purchase of a used car

o Refinance of a current auto loan

o Secure Financing for Private Seller

Rates, repayment terms and offer particulars are provided up front prior to the applicants accepting, clearly stating to the prospective borrower the details of the offer.

Financial options for auto purchases became more restrictive following the credit crunch, which dried up capital offered by private lenders, the crisis only recently beginning to loosen approval requirements. On the other hand, General Motors financial services, Ally Financial bank, leveraged government funding to their advantage for earnings of $384 million, according to 3^rd Quarter profits reported by CNBC.

"The problem is that many consumers have a bad FICO history and some have seen their credit deteriorate as they struggled to survive during the past 5 years.

Providing access to low-interest, easy-to-get car loans serves the thousands of good people denied financial opportunities by bad scores," stated Ariel Pryor, loan analyst with the company.

In addition, the website offers consumers access to short-term unsecured borrowing, debt consolidation programs and credit repair services. The application process has been streamlined and takes just minutes to complete and approvals can be had in as fast as 30 seconds.

"We have the resources to help people rebuild following financial hardship.

Hardworking families that have made a few financial mistakes deserve access to the financial resources that help people succeed in America," added Mr. Pryor.

According to the site, loans for bad credit people have become more important than ever in an economy where more hardworking consumers find themselves with a flawed financial history that doesn't accurately reflect their ability to repay, or their true trustworthiness.


The website has been helping people get the money they need since 2008.

U.S. residents with steady employment who would like to see if they qualify for the auto loans for bad credit offer, should visit:

People who need money for a down payment can get up to $2000 in unsecured money; to learn more, visit:




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