03-09-2013 09:45 PM
I purchased a car 2 years ago and took a bad apr 22.5% becuse of no history. I owe 9k and the car is worth 7.5k trade in value. My question is has anyone ever gone back to the place where they recieved a bad loan and were able to negotiate a more resonable rate on another loan from them.
To make it short and sweet i was to trade in my current car, roll over the -1.5k into a new loan while lowering my apr to a more reasonable 5-6%. 2 years history, no baddies, all payment on time and 3 revolving account. 705 avg. score.
03-09-2013 10:16 PM
Thanks. I'm pretty sure I can get a low apr somewhere else but i'm trying to see if i can circumvent another HP by using the same lender. So i'd like to comtinue my relationship wit them. I just want to know if anyone had sucessfully done this.
03-10-2013 02:39 PM
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