[Nfbc-info] buying a car

Michael Hingson info at michaelhingson.com
Sun Dec 13 19:45:56 UTC 2009


I doubt Ford doesn't want to give you a loan.  I suspect it is your dealer
talking and not the manufacturer.  You might also try a local credit union
for a loan.  Their rates are usually a bit lower and they tend to be more
interested in investing in the community by providing loans.  I used them
two and a half years ago when I purchased my last car.

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Subject: [Nfbc-info] buying a car

Thank you for all of your replies.  I do not know what I would do without
the support of the NFB..........!

The suggestion about trying to get a loan through my bank is a great one.  I
will call them next week and ask about it.  

If Ford Motor Company does not want to give me a loan because I am blind
then I will take my money somewhere else.

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