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Re: Capital one auto financing!!

Capital One Auto Finance must be getting more lenient... which is great for me!  I have a 594 credit score with accounts in collections, 60k in student loan debt, etc., and thought there was no way I'd get approved.  But I did!  I got approved for a $30k loan at a 13.29% interest rate.  Waiting on my check to come in the mail any day now!!!!  :smileyvery-happy:

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Registered: ‎12-31-2012

Re: Capital one auto financing!!

I just did the Cap1 blank check on a 28K truck and didn't have a problem with the dealer accepting the check. The dealership did try to get me financing (against my wishes) so I did end up with 8 additional inquiries but besides that everything went smoothly. Good luck.

Starting Score: 529
Current Score: EQF 643, TU 677 EXP 631,Lender Pulled Aug 2, 2013 EX 665, TU 664 and EQF 643
Goal Score: 701

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