In House Financing

Wright Auto Sales Credit Centre

WRIGHT AUTO SALES IN HOUSE FINANCING

At Wright Auto Sales, we are proud to help facilitate car loans for people with bad credit from Waterloo, Cambridge, Kitchener, Brantford, Burlington, Fergus, Guelph, Haldimand, Hamilton, and Brampton in Ontario. We can help get you approved for a car loan regardless of your credit history.

MEET OUR IN HOUSE LEASE MANAGER

My name is Tanya Shea. I am the In-House Lease Manager, and I have been helping people find the perfect vehicle for 6 years.

I manage a portfolio of over 500 clients in our Exclusive In-House Program.

I specialize in assisting people with financial and credit problems so they can drive a quality pre-owned vehicle and rebuild their credit in the process. I do require a bit more information than the traditional banks.

WHAT WE NEED TO PROCESS YOUR LOAN

To make the financing process go smoother, please bring in your paperwork.

  • Hard copies of bank statements, and bankruptcy discharge orders.
  • 3 of your most recent income stubs.
  • A copy of your last two bank statements.
  • Your driver’s license.
  • 3 personal references with at least 2 friends.

We will make a copy of those documents and start our approval process. Don’t feel pressured to make a decision right away; take as much time as you need. Our Sales Staff will actively work with you to help you choose a vehicle you love.
Even though you have less than ideal credit, now we can give you the opportunity to get your credit history back on track with our car loans.

Please fill out the secure credit application here.

Or feel free to contact me today at 519-746-3353 Ext 416.

Or email me at tshea[at]wrightautoinc.ca and ask for our In-House Lease Package.

WE EXPERTISE TO GET APPROVAL FOR

  • Write offs
  • Closed accounts
  • No credit
  • History of bad credit
  • Multiple collections
  • Missed credit card
  • Previous bankruptcy
  • Missed loan payments
  • New to Canada
  • Previous repossession
  • Student loans in arrears
  • Consumer proposal
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