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If you have damaged credit, it might be more difficult to get approved for an auto loan. Many banks and credit unions may turn you down for financing if you have blemishes on your credit report. Luckily, there are lenders that are willing to work with less than perfect credit. You just need to know how to find one.


If you are thinking that declaring bankruptcy may be your only way out of debt, you may want to consider filing a consumer proposal instead. With this arrangement, you will still be responsible for paying off a portion of your debts, but you will also be provided with immediate protection from debt collectors.


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