08-19-2007 09:19 PM
08-20-2007 11:29 AM - edited 08-20-2007 12:30 PM
08-20-2007 12:08 PM
hipgal0825 wrote:It appears on here that people seem to feel (or have had from 1st hand experience) that credit unions give you a better deal of getting approved for an auto loan and getting a good APR over banks and dealerships, but when I was trying to get a personal loan through my bank the rep told me I'd probably get a better APR on a car going through the dealership. What's the feeling here? Thanks.
08-20-2007 02:09 PM
08-20-2007 02:10 PM
hipgal0825 wrote:Do you need to have an account at a credit union or can you just go to them and apply for an auto loan? I have an account at a regular bank, but no credit union account.
08-20-2007 05:24 PM
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