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Car Loan Modification Program Now Available to Struggling Car Owners

 
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bryanbuchanan bryanbuchanan
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 09/09
Posted: 09/15/09
03:38 PM

Newport Beach, California - September 8, 2009 - VehicleLoanMod.com has just launched as a way to help drivers lower their current monthly car payments. VehicleLoanMod.com specializes in vehicle loan modifications and has recently teamed up with the nation's leading home loan modification company to help drivers leverage their power as a consumer and take advantage of lenders' current loan modification programs.

"We're very excited to debut these new services." Says Sean Libbert of VehicleLoanMod.com, "While the economy has changed, people's payments have not. They are stuck with payments that are disproportional to both the economy and their income. What we do, is negotiate with their current lender and get their payments down to something that's actually sustainable."

At VehicleLoanMod.com, car owners nationwide can fill out a free no obligation evaluation form on the website to see if they qualify for a car loan or lease modification. "We've created the easiest-possible way for the public to take advantage these loan modification opportunities and feel it would be in every driver's best interest to at least find out if they qualify."

The founders of VehicleLoanMod.com have ten years of mortgage, real estate, and loan modification experience and have seen the highs and lows of the industry. "This is the worst we've ever seen the economy and we think people deserve all the help they can get. We are determined to provide a permanent solution to one of the major issues our country is faced with", says Sean Libbert.

Vehicle repossessions are at an all time high for the automobile industry. Car loan and lease modifications are becoming a much needed professional service in this time of financial crisis and according to U.S. News, auto loan defaults have reached a ten year record high of 3.4%. The number of auto repossessions has tripled and is expected to get only worse if the economy keeps on its current course. Industry experts believe that this trend will continue, with the possibility of continuing to break the record of repossessed vehicles by the end of 2009.

Affiliate programs are also available for companies that want to add our service to their portfolio of products. VehicleLoanMod.com also modifies the terms of exotic cars, RVs, boats, motorcycles, and airplanes. Currently there are approximately 250 million registered vehicles in the U.S compared to approximately 125 million homes. VehicleLoanMod.com feels that a car loan modification program is just as important as a home loan modification and welcome all partners who are interested in offering this turnkey service to their customers.

Contact:
VehicleLoanMod.com
177 Riverside Avenue, Suite F1110
Newport Beach, California 92663  

jwithers jwithers
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 09/09
Posted: 09/17/09
06:21 AM

Never heard of VehicleLoanMod, but my neighbor used Auto Relief Group (www.AutoReliefGroup.com).  They were actually referred to them by a co-worker and said they couldn't have been happier about the outcome.  I didn't want to ask specifics, but they said their Explorer loan was cut in half.  I don't need a car loan modification, but I know A LOT of people that do!   Frown  

seanlibbert seanlibbert
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 09/09
Posted: 09/20/09
04:55 PM

JWithers... It is extremely rude to spam other author's articles.  

JeanScott JeanScott
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 01/10
Posted: 01/29/10
12:29 PM

I was behind 2 months on my car payments and I was facing repossession.  I searched online and called the people at LowerMyVehiclePayment.com.  They had a very informative video on their website and when I called in, David was very helpful in explaining to me my options.  He advised me that I could do the car loan modification myself, but if I wanted professional help I could count on them to get the job done.  They even offered a guarantee if I didn’t receive a modification through them which I thought was great.  A lot of the other companies out there didn't give me any real or definite answers.  I decided to get professional help and a month later my car loan has been modified and I'm saving $250 a month off my original $529 payments.  I would recommend LowerMyVehiclePayment.com to any of my friends and family and I can't thank them enough for helping me get my life back on track.  If you are having trouble with your car payments like I was, you owe it to yourself to visit their webpage.  

Screwed_By_ARG Screwed_By_ARG
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 01/10
Posted: 01/31/10
06:58 AM

I did sign up with Auto Relief Group. They drafted my account twice already ($99) each time and have not heard back from them ever despite numerous calls to their customer service. All my calls have been going into voicemail. The only calls they do answer is at extension 4 which is their sales department.

Don't get screwed by them. Frown  

Nolimits2 Nolimits2
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 07/10
Posted: 07/09/10
01:10 PM

I am a business professional who owns a Financial Literacy Company and has also worked with loan modifications for a few years. I am currently looking to align myself with a professional organization who wants to due business in the Chicago and Illinois market. If you are interested in discussing a potential business relationship please email me your contact information so that we can move forward with this discussion.

Mark Stearnes
mwstearnes@aol.com  

josep_rich josep_rich
New User | Posts: 15 | Joined: 03/11
Posted: 03/01/11
11:34 AM

to have a modification to the current car is not difficult and there is now a credit bid, but has its own car modification is more comfortable. try and buy original spare parts. Cool
Titik  

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