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Startline Motor Finance

Last Update: April 15th, 2016

About…
Address: Suite 6/1, Skypark 1, 8 Elliot Place, Glasgow, G3 8EP.
Branding: Startline Motor Finance. AKA: Start Line.
FCA Licence: 660112.
From: Startline Motor Finance Ltd.
Launched: 2013.
Memberships: FLA.
Related: No companies.
Website: www.startlinemotorfinance.com.

Loan Details…
Available: Monday to Friday (9am/6pm).
Bad Credit Considered: Unknown.
Manage: No Startline Motor Finance login at www.startlinemotorfinance.com.
Niche: Car.
Products: ?
Sums: ?
Terms: ?

The Pricing…
No current estimate.

Notes: This product is available through partnered brokers and dealers only and not direct. Due to incomplete profiling, we have presented some basic background information below. We will send a request over to the lender and so should hopefully be able to fill in the gaps soon.

Additional Info…
It is common for sector lenders to make their products exclusively available through brokers and dealers. This approach has been taken on here, but unlike their rivals they don’t present basic information on their financing options, the available amounts and costs etc. This Glasgow-based business venture was launched only back in 2013 and so they are very much one of the fresh start-ups and so they are likely busy building relationships. We expect them to do this well, as they do have many experienced team members with past industry experience. Their key signed up partner to date has been CarFinance247. We haven’t spotted any major used car dealers that use them just yet.

Their web popularity has been showing steady growth over the past year. Soon after getting started they took on an FLA membership place. They only operate between Mondays and Fridays from 9am to 6pm. Other than this, we don’t really know much more about this company. Due to the new age of the brand, there wasn’t much feedback online and so it was difficult to fill in the gaps, but we will as noted above be getting in contact soon. Our guess would be that they are targeting a near-prime customer base and a hire purchase plan would likely be delivered. If so, these usually carry repayment terms of 12 to 60 months.

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