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Old 12-07-2013, 03:39 PM   #1
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Vendors with no interest financing?

Anyone know what vendors offer no interest financing besides rdp motorsports

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Old 12-07-2013, 03:40 PM   #2
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Can go through paypal and have no interest for 6 months.
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Old 12-07-2013, 07:53 PM   #3
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Can go through paypal and have no interest for 6 months.
I've heard some horror stories about that financing. I was going to do it but the reviews scared me off.
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Can you post a link to the reviews?
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I tried to go with financing through Paypal. Got approved for XXXX dollars and was ready to purchase something from a vendor but was unable to since there was a "problem" with the system. I had been on the phone with paypal for weeks and they kept telling me to "give it a day and it should be fine." and no resolve. They also brought me up to their security dept and said since I was going to make a larger purchase they needed verification from the user(me).

Got that squared away or so I thought. I then called again and they assured me everything was good to go once again. It stopped me from purchasing once again and I called one more time, escalating it to a higher manager. That manager told me that the purchase was too much. I was approved for MORE than the amount I was going to purchase by a fair amount. They told me to "Try using our financing with smaller purchases and make your way up, it may change."

I got fed up with them and it derailed me from getting whatever I wanted. That's one horror story.

But then again YOU may NOT get the same problem I have. Good luck though.
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If you qualify...
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At check out we have the BillMeLater option that is no interest for 6 months..
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Old 12-08-2013, 10:07 AM   #9
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Can you post a link to the reviews?
https://www.paypal-community.com/t5/...ws/td-p/603880

This is one, but a quick google search will lead you to many
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No offense man but financing car parts that are not required is a horrible financial decision. Mods are not creating in value into your car which is already a depreciating asset.

There is no such thing as no interest financing, just a no interest period of financing.

If you can't pay cash or can't use a credit card then pay it in full monthly I'd be rethinking this.

Then again, maybe you have a surge of funds coming in 6 months.

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No offense man but financing car parts that are not required is a horrible financial decision. Mods are not creating in value into your car which is already a depreciating asset.

There is no such thing as no interest find ancient, just a no interest period of financing.

If you can't pay cash or can't use a credit card then pay it in full monthly I'd be rethinking this.

Then again, maybe you have a surge of funds coming in 6 months.
Just what I was thinking but you said it better.
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Don't you have to qualify for any financing
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Old 12-08-2013, 05:01 PM   #13
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If I wanna finance car parts then to me thats my business. This is not open for your opinion its a question. If you don't have the answer then don't reply. Not really trying or wanna be rude but what's the point of posting if you don't have an answer to my question. You giving me your opinion on my finances is not what I'm looking for.

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If I wanna finance car parts then to me thats my business. This is not open for your opinion its a question. If you don't have the answer then don't reply. Not really trying or wanna be rude but what's the point of posting if you don't have an answer to my question. You giving me your opinion on my finances is not what I'm looking for.

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Well your response was rude.

But to answer your question the answer is NO. No Vendor offers interest free financing. They offer promotions which offer interest free periods of financing. And typically at the end of the interest free promotion the interest rate is much higher than what you would have incurred would you have just put it on a credit card

FYI...your posting on a public forum, expect opinions!

Feel free to throw a bit more detail in your thread title as well. Titling it as "vendor" is pretty vague. I clicked on it thinking it may be a valuable thread....oops

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Old 12-08-2013, 07:23 PM   #15
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I could def see how this could help you accomplish a serious of mods that are best done at once.

MPD1 will let you make payment in any way you wish although we like to see them be 6 months or less. We ship your part when its paid in full. Not necessarily financing but an option that some have used.

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Old 12-08-2013, 07:39 PM   #16
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I could def see how this could help you accomplish a serious of mods that are best done at once.

MPD1 will let you make payment in any way you wish although we like to see them be 6 months or less. We ship your part when its paid in full. Not necessarily financing but an option that some have used.
That's basically layaway
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Old 12-08-2013, 07:54 PM   #17
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Sorry if you feel my response was rude. I realize its an open public forum but sometimes unneeded responses get on people nerves. When you make a thread and ask a question and get answers like "why do this" or "I wouldnt do that" does nothing for the thread but take up space. Sometimes its hard not to get mad or rude when people do that. If you don't have anything to contribute why say anything. Just my .02.

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Old 12-08-2013, 07:58 PM   #18
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Just what I was thinking but you said it better.
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Well your response was rude.

But to answer your question the answer is NO. No Vendor offers interest free financing. They off promotions which offer interest free periods of financing. And typically at the end of the interest free promotion the interest rate is much higher than what you would have incurred would you have just put it on a credit card

FYI...your posting on a public forum, expect opinions!

Feel free to throw a bit more detail in your thread title as well. Titling it as "vendor" is pretty vague. I clicked on it thinking it may be a valuable thread....oops
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I think the OP has gotten some good answers done quite respectfully. You ask the question you may get answers you don't want to hear.
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There is no such thing as no interest financing, just a no interest period of financing.
^ my answer was in my post! This was my contribution, you just chose to read around it
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Old 12-08-2013, 09:55 PM   #20
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No I seen it and I appreciate it. It was the parts that wasnt called for that get under my skin. No biggie just stating my opinion like you guys are.

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The Interest Free is Great but i only advise doing it if you can 100% make sure its paid out before the end of the interest free period, as with all finance companies the jump to a big interest rate if not paid off before the interest free period, just wanted everyone to know this before talking up interest free
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The Interest Free is Great but i only advise doing it if you can 100% make sure its paid out before the end of the interest free period, as with all finance companies the jump to a big interest rate if not paid off before the interest free period, just wanted everyone to know this before talking up interest free
Unfortunately the rules of this thread prohibit you from offering any valuable insight...you must only address the specific question OP asked
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Thanks I was just about to say that.

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We accept BillMeLater as well. I feel it's a great option to get your winter builds done and pay it off with tax returns.

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