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You could

1) get a settlement figure from the finance company



2) get a personal loan for that amount



3) pay off the car finance with the loan funds. The car will now be yours, free of finance, to sell or keep as you please.

If your history is all fine (sounds like it is) then it shouldn't make much difference who you go with. However, if you use the finance company that the dealer uses, you can often get a few freebies thrown in, like 2 year's servicing or a deposit contribution. Just check on the interest rate though....

It is very unlikely that paying monthly for car insurance will cost 28%. Therefore, using this expensive loan to pay for it instead of the insurers own (probably about 9%) finance will not save you money, it will cost you more. You need to earn more/spend less. And pay down your existing debts stead...

I still don't understand why anyone would need to change their overdraft limit so frequently? If you are gradually running up a higher and higher overdraft every month, then you need to take urgent action. Find out why your money isn't lasting the whole month, and adjust your affairs accordingly (ie...

Lenders can ask almost anything if you want to borrow them. They could ask you to dance naked down the high street as a condition of the loan if they wanted to. Nobody has a right to borrow money, so if you don't like any of the lenders requirements then either find another lender or just forget the...

Unfortunately, if you or the guarantor has assets (such as a house) then those assets ARE at risk, no matter what someone told you. The loan may not be secured against the house, but the house (and any other assets) are not protected. When pursuing an unsecured debt, a creditor has the option to pet...

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