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How much of a loan can I get and where is a good place to look?
I don't have good credit, 580, but I need a car. Was wondering of places who would give out loans for people with poor credit.

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Click on the Credit Card link at the top of the page. It will display credit cards and the required credit to possibly qualify for the card, matching you with potential cards. No guarantees that you will qualify for a specific card but does assist you in minimizing the inquiries on your report when applying.

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My bad... Do the same thing except with the Loans link. Select auto loans and it will guide you through the best loan possibilities for your auto loan.

Your other option is to obtain an auto loan through a local dealer that advertises "Buy here, Pay here" although those tend to be higher interest rate loans.

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