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What qualifies as a low consumer finance credit interest deal?


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Written on: 03.11.2009 [16:05]
Higgins
Higgins
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Since the financial crisis, what kind of deals can you get on personal loans? Are they better or even harder to get? I'd appreciate a low-interest consumer finance credit deal!

Written on: 05.11.2009 [10:05]
Leon
Leon
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You'll have to shop around whatever deal you're looking for, whether it's getting a loan or buying a TV... The best deal typically goes to the best researcher Since the crisis banks and businesses tend to favour people who are putting money IN to their coffers rather than taking money OUT of their coffers: this means savings accounts are offering good interest rates. Of course, these companies still make the most money by collecting payments from loan customers and other debtors, so if you have a clean credit history you may be able to negotiate a good deal.

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  • Written on: 17.11.2009 [11:51]
    Lewis
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    It is true that research is the key. I always start here with money saving expert Martin Lewis http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/loans/cheap-personal-loans no matter what just always double check. Whatever info you find, check it out on other sites. Compare always!!!!!