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J. D. Byrider Launches Increased Efforts To Make Public Aware Of Bad Credit Financing

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Leading Buy Here Pay Here Franchise Dealership Continues Quality & Flexible Financing.

Sherwood, AK, United States of America – March 20, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Though exact statistics are impossible to calculate, the number of people with credit scores of less than 700 ranges in the millions and is continuing to grow with each challenge the economy presents. The majority of those who fall victim to mediocre or bad credit do so because of injury, illness or job loss leading to an inability to cover mortgage payments and other bills.

Regardless of the reasons, a score of less than 700 can greatly impact a person’s chances of being approved for home and vehicle loans. Despite the increasing number of people with less than perfect financial histories, the need for dependable transportation is ever present. On this very premise, J.D. Byrider was formed to bridge the gap between deserving customers with credit problems and the availability of loans to help them get the vehicles they need.

After 25 years and over 1 million vehicle sales, Byrider continues to increase efforts to make the public aware of their flexible used car financing. And, that’s true at the J.D. Byrider which carries an abundance of used cars Sherwood AR. Jason Brantley, who represents the J.D. Byrider Franchise Sherwood branch confirmed, “Those hoping to obtain a used car loan Sherwood AR with bad credit in Sherwood, AR face the same challenges as customers in other areas of the country. Without a spotless credit record, financing can be very, very difficult to find. This is where we step in, with our commitment to providing better cars, affordable payments and better car care. At our Byrider here in Sherwood, one can find a program that includes high quality vehicles at a reasonable price with on-site financing available, even for customers who have been through financial hardships in the past.”

According to the company’s website, jdbyrider.com, Byrider focuses on each customer’s unique situation. Unlike many dealerships, where income levels and credit scores are the primary concern, those at J.D. Byrider cover a number of aspects. A representative will interview potential customers, asking about their specific vehicle needs as well as their income, pay schedules, monthly bills, cost of basic necessities and amount of down payment, with the goal of determining how much they can afford in vehicle payments. “We won’t put anyone into a vehicle they cannot afford”, added Brantley. Vehicles available to the public undergo a comprehensive inspection of at least 90 points, thorough reconditioning and, unlike the mom & pop buy here pay here dealerships, are backed by one of the best limited warranties available.

Every Byrider vehicle comes with a branded title check from Experian AutoCheck which tells consumers that the vehicle has no history of odometer fraud, flood damage and more. Any vehicle displaying a salvage-repaired title or other conditional circumstances will never reach their lot. Concluded Brantley, “We are dedicated to providing durable, affordable used cars in Sherwood, AR to fit our customers’ needs without placing unnecessary strain on their budgets.

About J. D. Byrider:
The company, now in its 25th year, has sold over a million vehicles, specializes in buy here pay here Sherwood AR ad beyond with 158 locations in 33 states, and boasts a 95 percent sales satisfaction rate.

For more information about us, please visit http://jdbyrider.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Jason Brantley
Email: jbrantle@jdbyrider.com
Phone: 903-738-8090
Organization: JDByrider.com

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