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I used CAP! auto finance back in 2002. No hassles, no problems. My scores were low 600's at the time so the rate was high, but they were easy to deal with and no problems with them through the life of the loan. I'd use them again (for the right rate). Right now I'm just enjoying life without a car payment.
krissyb223 wrote:Thank you very much- I read about the Capital One and was just kind of nervous if it was a scam-type loan or not- you've answered that~ Was your FCIO score high? Mine is 633. Thank you again!
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