While we're known for financing Wisconsin drivers with bad credit car loans, we're equally interested in offering our customers quality used cars at prices they can afford, and at payments they can make.
Divorce isn't a popular topic of discussion on most blogs, but we've experienced it ourselves and know our customers have too. Divorce not only can wreck havoc on your heart and your family, but it's also one of the leading causes of bad credit cases--often to a lot of people's sudden surprise.
Raise your hand if you like going to the DMV. How about the post office during the holidays? Calling your Internet provider during an outage? Yeah, us neither. If there's one thing that drives us nuts it's having to wait for things that are important or vital to our well-being or quality of life. Long lines and busy signals can hold up our entire day, and force us to alter our schedules--which is why when it comes to how we do business, we're pretty picky about making sure we streamline your credit application as much as possible.
In Part One of the series, we discussed the advantages of having current income in order to get approved for a car loan despite bad credit.
In Part I of our series, we'll visit one of the key ways you can improve your chances of getting a car with bad credit. This series is designed for anyone who's trying to finance a car with bad credit, or even first-time car buyers who haven't yet had time to build their credit.
When we find ourselves in financial trouble, our first instinct is often to run and hide--because, let's face it: debt, and debt crises, are not pleasant things to have to tackle. But the longer we try to outrun credit trouble, the worse our predicament becomes.