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573 score can i get approve for a car loan 30k also i have a co signer with an average credit score

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Tha t scorwe is low and it is doubtful you can get approved for such a high loan.  I advise taking the time to learn from the articles here and build your credit some, then go for a certified used car before trying for such a large purchase.

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Most lenders use FICO scores, not the ones that you get here. But if your FICO scores are in that range the answer will be no. It doesn't matter that you got a cosigner, your credit just isn't good enough. You need to work on building your credit before thinking of applying for credit for any major purchases. The first step in repairing your credit is to read all that you can on how to do so and be sure to make all of your payments on time and continue from there.

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