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Auto Loan with out proof of income...Know any finance companies?
Hard to show all income, looking for auto financing with no docs

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It will really depend on your credit scores and overall credit profile. The worse the scores the more the chance a lender will want income verification and the better your scores the less the chance they will want income verification. If your credit scores are not good, it would be best to try to build them up the best that you can prior to applying for a loan. You may want to go to a dealership that advertises 100% approval as they often will work with many lenders and some of those lenders will have less strict procedures, but you may pay a little more for the financing. Either way I suggest that you go to a dealership for financing rather than going to a bank or a credit union if your credit is not good. You will find that dealerships know all the tricks in getting someone financed and they want the sale to go through just as bad as you do.

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