Can I possibly be approved after filing for bankruptcy just three
Answer: Of course, with that amount of time since
filing for bankruptcy, lenders are usually able to approve car
loans, regardless of the bankruptcy still showing on your credit
Question: Is there a fee for applying online?
Answer: No, applying through our site is absolutely
Question: I am having trouble getting to your
application due to pop-ups, what am I doing wrong?
Answer: This is because other companies with
highly questionable marketing techniques target many of our sites,
hoping to steal our customers. Our sites are 100% pop-up free.
If you continue to have trouble, we suggest closing out of all
other sites and try opening a new browser. If this doesn't work,
you may have spyware or adware on your computer.
Question: Can I get a loan from your finance
company and then purchase a vehicle from an individual?
Answer: It is not possible to have a loan approved
for vehicles purchased from an individual at this time.
Question: If I have no credit, will it be necessary
to have a co-signer for my car loan?
Answer: Each situation is different, and for
some people, a co-signer may be required. However, we encourage
you to apply without a co-signer to start with. You never know
who may give you that first chance.
Question: After I apply, who gets my information?
Answer: Your application go directly to a loan
officer. In fact, the loan officer gets your information almost
Question: What states do you provide services
Answer: Car loans are available in all 50 states.
Question: What documentation will I need to show
to the loan officer?
Answer: You will need proof of identity, proof
of residency, proof of income, and any other documents that the
loan officer may request.