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£10,000 for a Car Loan

With the Car Loan on Finance, do you see the money?

As in if you request £10,000, do you get it in your bank account or is it just put against the car you choose at the dealer?

Tom


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Hi Tom, thank you for your question.

The finance we offer is secured against the vehicle so the £10,000 you need would go to the supplying dealership direct and not into your personal bank account.

I hope that answers your question. Please make an application and once approved you can choose a car from any reputable dealer and we also provide a no obligation quote. Kind Regards, Rachel

Answer correct as of September 2016

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Hi Suzanne, with such a large amount of deposit we should be able to secure you the £8000 that you need. You seem to have an average credit score and a good income so we should be ok. Please apply and provide me with your reference number - we'll then go from there. Thank you.

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Hi Craig, your past issues will still be on your credit profile so i don't think we'd be able to offer high street rates however i'm confident we could get you approved at rates between 12% and 16% as you now have a decent credit score and a large deposit. Please apply when you feel ready and let me know your reference number. Kind Regards, Rachel

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Hi Richard, As you only wish to borrow £3000 you'd only need £100 deposit if we can get you approved. Please apply and we'll see what we can do. Rachel

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Hi Louis, as you have a large deposit and you're on the electoral roll i am confident that we can help you get approved for the £8-10,000 that you need. Please apply when you can. Rachel

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Hi Kris, apologies for the delayed response. As you have a large £4000 deposit and a good income i'm ultra confident we can get you approved for the amount you require. Your credit score does seem fair so i don't think we'll be able to get you a market leading rate but somewhere between 9% and 12% if i'm honest. You see to have plenty of active credit which is great and as long as you're on the electoral roll (which you say you are) we shouldn't have any problems. Please apply asap. Rachel

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Hi Richard, Thank you for using the Q&A. Firstly from what you have told me I am confident that we will be able to help you gain the amount you are looking for. With regards to the APR we don't tend to focus too much on this as this involves a lot of calculations and it is affected by the agreement term and many other factors. We tend to focus on the flat rate which is the percentage of the total amount you will pay back each year (this is fixed whereas apr isn't). We deal with most lenders on the market and their rates are anything between 5 to around 25%. Which lender we can get you approved with will depend on your credit profile and circumstances but we will work our hardest to find the best lender for you. In order to get a definite idea on payments you would need to make an application. Once we have an approval your personal finance advisor will be able to tell you any exact figures you require. You are not committing to anything by putting an application through. Cheers, Rachel

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I am looking to apply for car finance and am looking for around £10,000, i have not got very good credit history though and i have been knocked back by a few finance companies, is it possible for me to get finance, plus i have a part ex also.

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Hi Adam, you would need to make an application so our underwriters can have a closer look at your credit profile. We do deal with most lenders on the market, many of which will finance customers who have experienced credit issues. The fact that you have a part exchange as a deposit will definitely help. Kind regards Rachel

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Hi Phil, thank you for your question. As you have an improving credit score, a large income and a stable residential history we should be abl;e to secure you finance. As you want £10,000 you will need a 10% deposit which it seems as though you have. We do have lenders that help people with fair/poor credit so the rate you get will depend upon which lender approves you. If you let me know your reference number after you apply i'll get straight onto it for you. Have a good evening. Rachel

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Hi James, as you have a good credit score and a large deposit i'm quietly confident we can get you the £10,000 you need. The only stumbling blocks i can see is your age and income. It really all depends upon which lender we can get you approved with. If we got an an approval for say £7k to £8k would that be ok too? Rachel

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Hi yeah, a £6k or £7k loan would be okay. Just to clarify the deposit is deductible from the cars cost? i.e. if the car costs £6000 and put a deposit of £2000 then I'm only borrowing £4000? If I wanted to pay it back over 2-3 years how much roughly would it cost overall and per month — with the info you have could you gauge the rate? Does car finance count for second hand cars? Also I get a £6500 from a trust each year paid in 5 instalments could I pay down the debt in chunks along with monthly repayments? Thanks, James K

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Hi James, yes - if the car is £6000 and you put down £2000 then the amount to finance is £4000. £4k over 3 years would make your payments £135 p/month approx. Depending upon what the lenders T&C's are you could well pay chunks off the finance. Kind Regards, Rachel

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