Bad Credit Car Leasing

After the recent recession many many people have a bad credit record. And when it comes to buying a new car, this record can affect you when you are at the car dealers choosing a car.

Thats why Get Me Car Finance have introduced "Bad Credit Car Leasing" , we understand that there are literally 1000's of people who are looking for car finance who can actually afford to pay the monthly payments, however they are struggling when they are buying from a dealer or even online which the major car finance players. 

Thats because they really dont want to subject their business model to "risk" , and having a poor credit record equals "higher risk" when it comes to lending money.

 

so if you have been refused car finance, then why not consider the leasing option, the new GMCF Bad Credit Car Leasing plan allows you to get a decent car at a decent monthly rate, and after 3 or 5 years, you have the option to buy the car at the trade value.

That means you will have something to either trade in or sell.

 

the new Bad Credit Car Leasing product is coming soon, so fill in an application form now and we can ensure you are included in the program when it arrives with us.

 

 

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