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Re: Denied!

Just saw in the approval thread, congrats!

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Re: Denied!

Glad you got the car loan.  Just remember, those student loans will be hanging over your head for a very long time.  They affect your DTI for a very long time.  And they can ruin your credit if you get behind.  Life happens, and it's easy to just put those in the back of your mind, almost like they don't exist.  Took me almost 19 years to pay mine off.  Not preaching here, just a little hard learned experience talking.  Good luck.


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