Will You Get Your Next Vehicle Loan?
Lenders Can Save You Money, Offer Faster Service
to a study by CNW Market Research, approximately
63 percent of Internet users who are likely to
purchase a new car would prefer to finance online
rather than at a dealership, local bank or credit
does the thought of shopping for a loan over
the Internet make you a little timid? Do you
question the security and reliability of the
site? Or were you unaware that online financing
was even available?
Sets Online Lenders Apart?
searching for auto loans has previously been
limited to banks, credit unions or dealer financing,
online banks tend to offer some good deals and
allow you to research vehicle loans from your
home or office with peace of mind. Since online
lenders tend to offer lower rates and quicker
approvals than banks, they're worth checking
one of the first lenders to provide loans for
new or used vehicles online, PeopleFirst.com offers
a simple and secure application,
a response within 15 minutes during business
hours and competitive
rates. You can further reduce your interest
rate with PeopleFirst by choosing the automatic
payment plan. Plus, the company goes one step
further than pre-approval by giving you a Blank
Check® that you use (up to your approved loan
amount) to pay for your car, eliminating the
time you would spend at the bank and reducing
your time at the dealership.
most consumers invest their time researching
the vehicle they want to purchase, they often
overlook all the financing options. Finding the
best loan may not be as fun as test driving your
new vehicle but with a little time, researching
your financing options online can save you more
time and money at the dealer.
Check® is a registered trademark of
PeopleFirst Finance, LLC.
your credit history before you apply for any
loan so you can avoid any surprises and possible
delays when you apply for financing. Correcting
any errors or discrepancies on your report before
you apply could result in a lower interest rate,
saving you money.
can order a copy of your report on the Internet
or by phone from the three major consumer-reporting