Auto Loans & Repairs

Using Installment and Personal Loans for Auto Repairs and Purchases August 2014 saw the single highest average price for a new car, according to Kelly Blue Book. While this is great news for car dealerships, it isn’t really great news for the folks out there looking to buy a new car or even repair an existing one. Auto financing is certainly an option through banks and the dealerships themselves—but we all know the power that walking into the dealership with cash can have. With West Bay Cash, you could get access to between $5,000 and $25,000 for your auto purchase or repair. Just think how you could bring down your monthly payments and adjust your bargaining power if you had the cash on-hand when you needed your new vehicle.
Here's an example of how a customer could could pay off and expensive $7,500 repair within 12 months


Total Auto Repair

12 mo

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Total To Pay Back

Auto Repair and Auto Purchase Loans With West Bay Cash, you have access to our lenders who can provide you with the installment loan you need. With the use of an installment loan for a new car purchase or car repair, you can use your loan any way you want. After you are approved electronically for an installment loan, our lenders will work with you to electronically debit your bank account for the amount you owe in installments. This allows you the luxury of controlling your situation and knowing your fixed payments.

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Our service is free to you (the loan applicant) and all repayment terms are between you and the lender. Individual lenders have varying loan terms, including the loan amount, APR, and repayment schedules. After you submit your information and if you are redirected to a lender, will redirect you to the lender’s web site, where you will be able to review and agree to the lender's proposed terms and conditions.

Please review the terms and conditions carefully. If you do not like the lender's proposed terms and conditions, do not proceed with the loan! In many cases, the lender will contact you to confirm your personal information and finalize the loan. They may contact you via telephone, email, text messages, etc. The lender may obtain your credit report to make a final decision.