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Score is 569. Can I qualify for a $4000 car loan from the bank?

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It would depend on the longevity of your job and your income. If you make at least $1500.00 a month and have been at  your current employer at least a year, there is a very good chance for you to get approved for an auto loan with your current credit score.

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do you think i will have a chance to get refinced for a car loan up to 4000 or do you think i will get denied

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i am looking to refiance a car loan up to 4000 will i get denied do you think or do you think they will give me a chance.

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I need a loan for 3000 dollar. My credit is 569 but I in a 13 bankruptcy

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