CREDIT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS IN MOUNT HOPE, WV
Open Today! Sales: 9am-7pm | Call us at: 304-250-4675
The Crossroads Chevrolet finance department offers our customers in Mount Hope, and from across the state of West Virginia, access to credit assistance and available bankruptcy approval programs designed to help even the most credit challenged individuals obtain a new or quality pre-owned vehicle. We understand that not everyone has an ideal financial situation, but we don't believe that having a less than stellar credit score should disqualify you from obtaining the vehicle you're looking to purchase. Regardless of your current credit score or your previous credit history, Crossroads Chevrolet wants to help! Our experienced finance department personnel are here to provide our customers in Mount Hope and all of the surrounding communities the opportunity to purchase the vehicle they need, while also helping them build up their credit for the future through an auto loan they can afford.
At the Crossroads Chevrolet Credit Center we work hard to make it as easy as possible for our West Virginia customers to get financed. Come by 191 Crossroads Dr in Mount Hope, West Virginia to speak with one of our automotive finance specialists in person, call our auto credit representatives at 304-250-4675 or you can complete our convenient online financing application to possibly receive instant credit approval! If you live in or around the Mount Hope area, stop by and let the Crossroads Chevrolet credit assistance team tailor a car loan that's able to satisfy all of your specific needs today.
- Mon - Fri9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
- Sat9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
What Documentation Should You Bring to the Dealership for Financing?
As with any auto loan from an automotive loan provider, the applicant will be required to provide records, for example, proof of auto insurance and a current, valid driver's license. If applying a subprime car loan, the applicant will have to bring a few additional records. The reason for extra documents is a moneylender is incurring a high risk when financing a subprime car loan. By requiring additional documents, the financer is taking additional steps to ensure that the loan will be likely to benefit both the applicant and the lending institutions.
Here is a rundown of the documentation that subprime loan provider suggest that you carry with you when you initially go to the dealership finance department:
- A valid driver's license - Verify your license is not expired, revoked, or suspended. Also ensure the address listed on your driver's license is current and matches your state of residence.
- Proof of insurance - Take care to include the name of your agent and a reliable contact number. Preemptively adding a new car to your policy will not be necessary until approval.
- Proof of residency - A recent bill for utilities, such as water or electric, is sufficient proof so long as your name is listed and matches the address given.
- Proof of employment - For approval, a recent (within 30 days) pay stub stating your year-to-date earnings is sufficient. Self-employed individuals must provide two years of professionally prepared tax returns.
- A list of personal references - Most finance professionals expect six references. A reference means any individual that knows you personally -- be it a family member, friend, or work colleague. Your list should include full names, addresses, and phone numbers. Keep in mind your references cannot reside at the same address. As a courtesy, get permission from your references before listing them as a lender may contact them. Phone number verification - Any phone number provided must be in service and under the applicant's name. Prepaid cell phone numbers will not be accepted.
Additional documentation is required if any of the following apply to you:
- Individuals trading in a vehicle must provide the title.
- Individuals who have completed a bankruptcy must provide discharge papers.
- Individual currently in an open Ch. 13 bankruptcy must provide necessary paperwork after receiving an Authorization to Incur Additional Debt from the court.