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Maneuvering through the Confusing Field of Legal Credit Repair

Credit repair is an important issue for many people, if bad or inaccurate credit is keeping them from buying the home or car of their dreams ... are guilty of adding to the problems by misleading clients in credit repair that is unethical or even illegal. If you follow the advice of a less than reputable credit repair organization [more...]

Date: 2008-12-03 19:47:00

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Chapter 13 Auto Loans

WashingtonAutoCredit.com has been helping people in Chapter 13 Bankruptcies buy cars since 2003 ... :Buy a Car with Bankruptcy it is Easier than you think. Some people think of a Bankruptcy as a last resort....Car Dealers Lie to Another Customer with Bad Credit It happened again. We had a couple [more...]

Date: 2009-01-09 19:22:40

Refinancing Auto Loan: Does It Really Make Sense?

by Asem Eltaher A car is a very useful thing to have. However, paying for it is another topic that is not always that easy one. This appears to be true, if you know how many hundreds thousands of people are looking to refinancing auto loan or car refinance loans for bad credit. Normally, the average person gets a beater from one of the buy-here-pay-here places and they spend a small sum for a car that just barely works. Others need a fortune and the only way for these is to get a financial aid. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-26 11:40:59

Best Tips and Advice on Car Loans

by Amanda J. Keppel Buying a car needs a reasonable amount of money which many persons cannot afford ... will be quick. A personal car loan can be availed by you despite your bad credit record. But to avail ... . Taking help of the car financers or dealers does not work as a good option. They charge high [more...]

Date: 2008-06-15 18:32:14

Credit Card Offerings To Be Cut in Half?

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Good news or bad news? The U.S ... for them to extend me enough credit for me to buy a nice car with my credit card? I don’t understand ... . credit-card industry may pull back well over $2 trillion of lines over the next 18 months due [more...]

Date: 2008-12-01 22:07:00

The credit crunch (by Russell Roberts)

Alex (and others) have been debating whether there's a credit crunch. They are using data and anecdotes to measure whether credit is flowing or not ... not "frozen" or "locked up." It's just a lot smaller. Another way to say it. If you have good credit, I think you can get a car loan. But a lot fewer people (with both good and bad credit) want to buy [more...]

Date: 2008-11-14 20:00:14

To Reiterate: The Bailout Won’t Help the Big Three Unless Folks Start Buying Cars Again

More bad news for Detroit: Toyota announced yesterday that it expects to lose $1 ... and “smaller, more fuel-efficient cars,” the message is clear: In this economy, folks aren’t buying any cars — not even Toyota Priuses — largely because they can’t access the credit to finance [more...]

Date: 2008-12-23 16:02:11

Car Incentives Are Back

It is no secret that American auto manufacturers are facing declining sales ... financing for new cars especially for those who have a credit score of 700 or better. Those with bad ... over. Recent additions: No Credit Auto Loans Is Now the Best Time To Buy A New Car? Examining [more...]

Date: 2008-07-30 20:07:10

Repairing Bad Credit - Things You Need To Know

If you plan on buying a house, a car or foresee needing a loan for something, then it’s important to improve credit, ... and a score in the 700s can end up costing you thousands of dollars in interest. Bad credit repair isn’t something you can pay a nefarious character to just “erase.” Your credit score is designed to let [more...]

Date: 2008-12-09 10:57:47

Automobile Loans After Bankruptcy

by Thulas Sukati Although some people have enough money to buy a car from savings, ... to be fixed as a bad credit or any error may affect your rate and you may have to pay more interest ... loans like dealers, credit union, bank, or online lender and it is better to shop around first before [more...]

Date: 2008-09-25 21:14:49

A Review of Auto Loans Online

I have worked for 2 years. My home is far away from the company. So I have to take on 2 buses every day. I feel so tired. I wanna buy a car ... by the dealership. I know the advantages of getting a loan online such as lower rates, instant approval, auto loans for bad credit and so on. Even if you have a bad credit before, don’t worry, you will be [more...]

Date: 2008-12-13 11:12:02

Fixing the USA... or tilting at windmills?

Okay, I'm officially fed up, so this may be my first blog rant ... $700 Billion for the financial sector. Maybe it will be to buy bad loans, maybe not. We'll see ... tanks, mostly because there's no credit to buy cars since the financial sector closed up. So let's [more...]

Date: 2008-12-17 13:36:53

Bad Credit Report Repair Done Easy

Usually it’s about the time that someone needs to buy a new car or is about to purchase their first home that they realize that they are going to need to do a little bad credit report repair. While it can be quite costly to hire a professional to help you get your credit rating back on track quickly, there is hope for people [more...]

Date: 2009-01-15 18:01:59

Easy Bad Credit Report Repair

Usually it’s about the time that someone needs to buy a new car or is about to purchase their first home that they realize that they are going to ... need to do a little bad credit report repair. While it can be quite costly to hire a professional to help you get your credit rating ... [more...]

Date: 2009-01-16 11:42:59

Automobile Loans For Bad Credit In Woodward Oklahoma

by Thulas Sukati Auto loans seem to be the chosen method for many people to buy the car they desire without the need to use savings or any other ... it find out if there is anything that needs to be fixed as a bad credit or any error may affect ... . There are many resources through which you can get auto loans like dealers, credit union, bank, or online [more...]

Date: 2008-09-25 21:41:30

How Wall Street’s Meltdown Helps Main Street’s Housing

Just for fun, let’s imagine a possible silver lining to the complete melt down on Wall Street ... to extend car loans, credit card debt, retail debt and so on.  But this may not be all bad ... are up and his long commute is killing them.  They need to buy a different car.  “But no one is lending money [more...]

Date: 2008-09-19 13:00:15

Wall Street bailout plan to include more than bad mortgage debt: Feds to absorb unpaid bar bets, inadvertently laundered postage stamps, unredeemed soda cans and insufficient tooth-fairy disbursements

Totally absurd? Think twice: In the dark of night over the weekend when most people were snoozing, the Treasury dramatically expanded its bailout plan to include buying student loans, car loans, credit card debt and any other “troubled” assets held by banks. The changes, which were included [more...]

Date: 2008-09-23 06:05:06

Cash Rules!

If you ever doubted that debt-proof living is the only way to live ( ... emergencies, and not relying on credit), wonder no more. Things are so bad for retailers, they’re gasping ... to upgrade and others to buy for the first time. And cars … oh my. The bargains out there. But here’ [more...]

Date: 2008-12-24 18:32:02

Buy a New Car or Fix the One I’ve Got?

I knew it. I just knew my car was in bad shape. I’ve talked about it before, and I knew it was going to happen ... looking at about €4,000.” We don’t have €4,000. Not only that, but we won’t get approved for a loan ... of money, it’s going to have to be through tapping the open line of credit at a gazillion percent [more...]

Date: 2008-10-17 10:00:17

Find More Results For Car Loans Automobile Financing Bad

by Thulas Sukati Very few people use their own funds when they decide to buy a car but how much do you know about auto loans? ... only a few years old. Auto loans are available to everyone provided their credit rating is clean, therefore, before making that application, carry out a search to make sure yours is ok. If you credit [more...]

Date: 2008-10-09 21:13:41

REPORT: Credit lines increasingly hard to come by for auto dealers

Filed under: Car Buying Like him or loathe him, George W. Bush's clearest, most salient speech came almost a year ago on September 25, 2008 when our Harvard MBA president explained to the nation and the world exactly how bad the economy had gotten and why so much federal money ($700 billion-ish at the time) was being hurled at America's banks. The full speech can be found here , but one little section bears quoting: The decline in the housing market set off a domino effect across our economy. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-03 15:02:57

Buy a New Auto!

Very Eager to buy a new car but the budget seems to be not enough? ... rates, but worry no more! Because this Car loan service gives people an instant car with very low ... auto loan online. Dont worry about auto loans for bad credit, cuz getthebestautoloan.com will help [more...]

Date: 2008-12-18 22:19:00

Can’t make your car payments? Buy a Hyundai

Tightwad_tod_marks_consumer_reports It’s bad enough if you lose your job in this miserable economy. It’s even worse if you’re out of work and you’ve just invested in a new car. With more than 10 ... , the plan is a calculated gamble on the automaker’s part to bring potential buyers with responsible credit [more...]

Date: 2009-01-09 01:10:49

Consumer confidence falls to record low

The Conference Board reported a record low in consumer confidence in the U.S. going all the way back to 1967 when record-keeping began ... percent. In bad news for retail sales, only 4.4 percent of the sample say they expect to buy a car ... . Falling home equity, plunging stock markets, and a credit crisis, the likes of which few [more...]

Date: 2008-10-28 15:34:00

A December to Forget for the Auto Industry

You've seen the commercials: Mr ... it an ideal time to buy are new car for a shopper who has a stable job and good credit." The gift-themed ... of all the bad commercials. Despite what anyone on your "nice" list might tell you, December sales don't [more...]

Date: 2008-12-18 22:40:53

New Hyundai Incentive: No-Penalty Return if You Lose Your Job

Assurance Losing a job is bad. Losing a job shortly after buying a new car is worse ... of transportation and put that money toward a down payment? What becomes more important: your credit score [more...]

Date: 2009-01-05 18:30:13

Why Does Anyone Think the Recession is Bad for Apple?

Why Does Anyone Think the Recession is Bad for Apple? 12:01 am, November 20th, 2008, Pete Mortensen AAPL Growth.png ... from one of the world’s largest companies, showing that the current credit crisis doesn’t actually ... player market. When people aren’t buying cars and houses, they still find time for personal entertainment [more...]

Date: 2008-11-20 08:31:18

Die Broke: A Radical Four-Part Financial Plan

Conventional money wisdom focuses on saving. If you earn more, limit expenses, and plan properly, ... ) Pay Cash (reserve credit for times when you cannot pay cash, like buying a house or a car) Don’ ... off of a cliff) Die Broke (unnecessarily saving for an inheritance can be bad for families, bad [more...]

Date: 2008-12-19 08:37:19

The Four-Paragraph White Flag

As I watched the following section of President Bush's speech tonight, ... if you have good credit history, it would be more difficult for you to get the loans you need to buy a car ... instinct is to oppose government intervention. I believe companies that make bad decisions should [more...]

Date: 2008-09-25 03:46:00

Bush: 'Entire economy is in danger'

by Mark Silva President Bush, delivering a nationally televised appeal for an unprecedented federal buyout of $700 billion in bad mortgage debts, ... be more difficult for you to get the loans you need to buy a car or send your children to college ... , you would find it harder and more expensive to get credit. More businesses would close their doors [more...]

Date: 2008-09-25 02:13:56

A Chicken Bailout in Every Pot (Car Loan Edition)

Since the TARP has a very big checkbook and a very broad mandate (it can buy any kind of dud loan it chooses to, plus bona fide assets) ... or that market liquidity is hurting pricing. From Reuters, "Finance companies want US to buy bad auto ... auto loans to the government as part of Washington's sweeping plan to restimulate credit markets [more...]

Date: 2008-10-15 07:06:08

artist feature :: arabella proffer

“Arabella Proffer-Vendetta is a painter, designer, and co-founder of the indie label Elephant Stone Records. Her loose narrative themes revolve around a fascination with punk rock, aristocrats, Renaissance fashions, aging socialites, pre-code cinema, gothic divas and rock ‘n’ roll groupies. She attended Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA before receiving her BFA from California Institute of the Arts, and has participated in solo and group exhibitions throughout North America and Europe. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-26 21:23:38

Is A Loan Always A Loan

Author : Melissa Kellett It may sound rather silly to many a reader We're not trying to fool anybody here We're simply changing the angle from which you look at things By changing the conditions, the guidelines and even by assuming the absurd, you find some very interesting ideas and discover untapped aspects of something that mainstream thinking would never even dream of The Benefit Of Using Lateral Thinking What Edward De Bono calls "Lateral Thinking" brings about a different way of [more...]

Date: 2009-09-26 07:31:07

Plug Your Money Leaks and Save Hundreds of Dollars Painlessly

Does it always seem that your money never goes as far as it should? One of the main culprits are the slow money leaks that we all have. These are generally recurring monthly expenses for a subscription or service that by itself appears quite small, but when you factor in dozens of these potential leaks it can drain hundreds of dollars from your budget each month. You know what I’m talking about. Cable bills, gym memberships, magazine subscriptions, or even regular dues to an organization. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 23:14:26

Michael Moore: Interview of “Capitalism: A Love Story”

Thanks to Radical Eyes for suggesting this interview, which appeared on Democracy Now, and is available in audio.Guest: Michael Moore, Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker. His latest film, Capitalism: A Love Story, opened in New York and Los Angeles yesterday. It opens nationwide on October 2nd.JUAN GONZALEZ: It was a year ago today when President George W. Bush gave a primetime address urging Americans to support the $700 billion bailout of Wall Street. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-27 16:29:27

What Auto Lenders Look for While Offering you Car Financing?

Amazon.de Widgets Auto financing industry is growing leaps and bound with the increased demand for vehicles among people. They are no longer luxuries; rather necessities of modern life. Scores of auto financing lenders have cropped up in the loan market to help people in this regard. They are giant private sector banks, financial institutions, and individual lenders. The parameters of loan approval vary fro lender to lender. In this article we will talk about the common parameters required by all lenders. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-26 08:10:08

Buy a student car loan without any difficulty

Amazon.de Widgets Cars are becoming a necessary part of every individual’s life. Becoming owner of the car is a dream of every body whether it is office employee or business men. Even a student would want it for his personal needs. By having his own car saves lot of time in traveling and one does not have to wait to go to the place he thinks. Every possibility of getting a student car loan from the market. You must have face to face meeting with the lenders for driving away your dream car. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-29 10:14:45

Common Sense Safety While Traveling: Day 21 of 30w30d

This post is part of 30 Ways in 30 days to Redesign Your Life and Travel the World . This series seeks to give you the practical, real world steps you need to take to get from wherever you are, to exactly where you want to be– traveling the world and living the lifestyle you want. Many people are concerned for me , when I tell them that I travel.  Even family and friends living in Boston have concerns about me getting raped/murdered/robbed even though those things are more likely to happen [more...]

Date: 2009-09-30 01:08:22

Marijuana activist Emery surrenders to court, awaits extradition

That’s a good man being sent down there, for ridiculous prohibitionist laws. And mostly to appease the US at that. You can watch a documentary on Marc and his anti-prohibition activism here . You can learn who ships in the actual hard drugs here. Flashback: Vancouver pot activist Marc Emery to plead guilty to U.S. drug charge | The Post editorial board: Emery should be a free man | Canada “Prince of Pot” reaches deal on U.S. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 20:48:55

The New of The Day: Are You Texting Me?

I understand cell phones, really I do. There are a hundred reasons to have one. Personal security is certainly on the top of the list. Walking late at night to your car and someone is following you. Maybe your car breaks down on a dark, deserted road and you need assistance. I could go on and on, they should be a good thing … should be. The truth is I’m rather amused by the epidemic of cell phones. When I was in school, you needed a job so you could afford to buy some old clunker. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 07:38:44

Gold Doesn’t Always Need Inflation to Rise

How are we doing? Our Trade of the Decade, that is? Yesterday, gold took a big dip down - minus $15. It closed under the $1,000 level. Now we'll find out if the Chinese are supporting it at $1,000...or not. If so, it should soon bounce back. If not...well, who knows? But our Trade of the Decade doesn't worry about what the metal does on a day-to-day basis. Back in 1998, we just noticed that the gold/stocks relationship had reached an absurd extreme. It took 43 ounces of gold to buy the Dow stocks. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 04:53:25

Gold Doesn’t Always Need Inflation to Rise

The Daily Reckoning How are we doing? Our Trade of the Decade, that is? Yesterday, gold took a big dip down – minus $15. It closed under the $1,000 level. Now we’ll find out if the Chinese are supporting it at $1,000…or not. If so, it should soon bounce back. If not…well, who knows? But our Trade of the Decade doesn’t worry about what the metal does on a day-to-day basis. Back in 1998, we just noticed that the gold/stocks relationship had reached an absurd extreme. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 15:43:24

The Way Too Long Review for WWE: Hell in a Cell

Given the pay-per-view this weekend, this seemed like a good idea to post.  I actually wonder how many people will just click the link, thinking that we have TV taping results for the show. And you can check out my preview of Hell in a Cell, the Pay Per View, Wednesday on the TWP Pass, which you can find at thewrestlingpress.com or off the i-Tunes store. Mick Foley hosts the bumpers and says nothing of note. DISC ONE Match #1: Hell in a Cell Shawn Michaels vs. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-30 10:00:41

Get Car Insurance Rate Comparisons Online

Auto word deductibles On my approach to a association certified seminar, a deer strike my car, causing substantial damage. As it was my personal car, not my company’s, my automobile word will be used to cover a damages. Free automobile word rate quotes and brand new automobile prices direct. Auto policies have been heavily regulated by a state we live in and many situations need word to compensate no make a disproportion who’s pushing your car. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-29 18:24:18

Get More Info About IVA in this Blog Publication

As any other type of a settlement system, the debt management systems may turn out to have good or bad results. The first aspect consists in paying back the debts, however it is not the only one. It involves more than simple repaying the credit card debt, and it does not finish after paying off the mortgage debt or the car loan. It is aimed also on helping you to build a good system of money management as well as to follow this management system in everyday life. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-29 21:50:23

Buy Here Pay Here Car Lots on Bad Credit

by John Knight Buy here pay here car lots, do not worry about bad credit. We all know how difficult it is to get auto financing if you have bad credit. For that matter, anyone can take just about any kind of financing. There is an estimated 100 million plus of Americans having bad credit. That makes a third of the populace of the United States of America, or over a half of the people considered to be in the car-buying age group. At least you will not feel alone. The economy is really bad. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-29 19:12:01

How Todays Youth is Learning How to Be More Economically Wise From Their Older Relatives

How Todays Youth is Learning How to Be More Economically Wise From Their Older Relatives by Chuck R StewartToday’s youth is an instant gratification population. When they desire something, they want now and many times values a newer thing rather than a quality item. Many people shocked to discover that in a recent study,a group of people ranging in age of 14-29 said that when an item in your house breaks, such as an appliance, they would simply go purchase a new one. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-26 10:51:27

Top 10 at 10: Chicken feet fight; PGC in Jacks Point?; PGC like a ’speculative IPO’; Dilbert

Here are my top 10 links from around the Internet at 10am. I welcome your additions and comments in the comments below or please send suggestions for Tuesday’s Top 10 at 10 to bernard.hickey@interest.co.nz We do not have a procedure for writing policies at interest.co.nz… 1.  Just what we don’t need - Trade tensions between China and United States are escalating despite an apparent backdown in Washington. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-27 21:04:24

Hard Truth Week in Review – Health Care Whining Edition

Our local paper ran yet another article featuring the stories of those who do not have health care insurance. The reporter undercuts the merits of the story by including the whinings of this woman who says she can’t afford health insurance. First, she quits her $85,000/year job and chooses not to continue her insurance coverage.  She whines about that. Then she learns that when you quit your job in a bad economy, you may have trouble finding another one. Check. She whines about that. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-27 20:40:08

Day 29: Seattle recap

Friday afternoon John and I took off on a plane to spend a couple days in Seattle, to celebrate our 23rd wedding anniversary. Though it was definitely more of a splurge than the rest of our month, I was still reasonably successful pinching our pennies. Our plane tickets came from frequent flyer miles (mostly adoption travel). Our hotel and rental car came from priceline.com. Priceline.com is an interesting service. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-30 06:52:14

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