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  1. #1
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    I recently received a discharge on a Chapter 7 BK and need a new car. I saw an ad for a company called Roadloans that offers auto loans thru the internet. They say they work with people with bad credit or bankruptcy.

    Has anyone heard of or received a auto loan from Roadloans? Their website says they are a subsidiary of Triad Financial Corp which is a subsidiary of Ford Motor Credit. I was just wondering if anyone had any feedback on them. I just did an online application and am waiting to hear back from them.


  2. #2
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    Re: Roadloans

    Go to the dealer remember if they cant get you bought then they cant sell a car.

  3. #3
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    Re: Roadloans

    see the autocreditfinders.com??? thread
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    You did not damage your credit in a day don't expect to fix it in a day.

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    Think for yourself you might like it.

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    Re: Roadloans

    Originally posted by nodownking
    Go to the dealer remember if they cant get you bought then they cant sell a car.
    Makes perfect sense to me.

    lol

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    Re: Roadloans

    Great advice, Polarisa3! I can personally testify that I have so much more negotiating power when I walk into a dealership with my financing already approved, and check in hand. I have found that it is also VERY helpful to know the amonut of the loan you are approved of BEFORE you pick out the car, as it assists you in making a determination on exactly what you can afford. I have had car dealers go down a lot on the cost of a car once they see that I have a say, $28,000 check in my hand, and I want the car, taxes, and whatever else NOT TO EXCEED the $28,000. They know it will be easy for me to walk out and take my business elsewhere. It also eliminates all the "finance games". I would not buy a car any other way. :-)

    STUNNING

  6. #6
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    they sucked on the offer. i could charge a car for less than they offered me and i have the limits to do so.

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