What You Auto Know

Military Consumer Protection Day is right around the corner! Mark your calendars for July 17. To get in gear, we’re hosting a Twitter Chat June 26 at 2pm (EDT).Staff from the FTC, DoD’s Military One Source, and Military Saves will answer questions for 60 minutes about buying a new or used car and other issues related to vehicles. To participate, follow @FTC and Tweet questions with the hashtag #mcpd or #MCPD. Visit military.ncpw.gov to learn more.

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I need cars to buy on credit I beg to facilitate this transaction if possible.
thunk you
sani ali mohammed

Hi Sani,

Here is information from the Federal Trade Commssion that may help you decide upon the best approach to purchase a car on credit:

Using Credit

Buying and Owning a Car

Hope you find this helpful.

--Lisa

 

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