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Ever Heard of Fleet Financial ...Looking to Refinance After BK7

Hello Everyone,

 

I am rebuilding after bankruptcy and I am at the point of refinancing my 12.59% auto loan with CapOne obtained 1 month post BK-7.  It has now been a year with 12 on-time payments.  I put my information on Lending Tree and got offers from several companies but the most promising seems to be from Fleet Financial.  I have never heard of them and could not find much info on them in the forums.  Has anyone had any experience with them?  Please let me know your thoughts.  Also, if anyone has any recommendations for refinancing auto loans after BK I would appreciate it.

 

Thanks! 

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Re: Ever Heard of Fleet Financial ...Looking to Refinance After BK7

I don't have any personal knowledge of them, but BBB gives them an A rating.



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