Colorado Auto Finance, a provider of vehicle lending services throughout The Centennial State, has recently launched a new online application placement platform. The platform, designed to assist consumers from every end of the credit spectrum, enables applicants to submit a finance request online, from the comfort of their computer, tablet, or web-enabled phone. This application then enters the company's placement platform, where a wide array of various dealers and lenders serving the client's area compete with one another. This means the company with whom the applicant is matched has already proven its desire to fund their loan, and because so many companies are in competition, there is a lower risk of one's credit being rejected.
"We saw that so many consumers, especially in the wake of the recession, were having trouble getting financed," said company spokesperson T. Brown. "It wasn't just problems with approval--it was all those extra hours of time spent in the dealer F&I office, trying to arrange the right loan. Our service enables car-shoppers to arrange the majority of this before they ever reach the dealership, resulting in much less stress and wasted time on the day of purchase."
Brown went on to relate that the company strives to keep email communication to a minimum, in order to avoid cluttering their clients' inboxes, and they welcome clients from every credit and income tier--not just those with impeccable FICO scores. "We know that the economy has been tough on everyone, and it's now estimated that a quarter of all Coloradans now have bad credit. We do our best to get these clients behind the wheel."
About the Company: Colorado Auto Finance provides vehicle lending services for consumers throughout the state. Interested parties can learn more at the finance.com">company's website.
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