Financing a vehicle should not be hard. Even if you need a second chance because life happened and you lost your previous vehicle to default.
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To get signed up you will need your account number. You can find this information in your welcome letter, billing statement, or by contacting us.
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The quickest way to make a payment is via the MyAccount. You can pay using ACH, or Debit Card information.
Access your account via our automated phone system 24/7. Contact us at (855) 231-8696.
Send your payment through the MoneyGram® during your local store's business hours or online. (Fees may apply.)
Send your payment through Western Union® during your local store's business hours or online. (Fees may apply.)
Mail Your Payments via mail to
RMG GROUP Auto Finance
ATTN: Account Receivable Customer
PO BOX 2576
Los Angeles, CA 90078
Online bill pay provided through your financial institution is a great way to make a payment to your RMG GROUP Auto Finance "RMGAF" account
Third-party or don't know your account security information? You can pay using our QuickPay App. All you need is your account number, statement number, or phone number. You can identify the account in either of those three ways. You can pay via bank account, debit card, credit card. (Fees may apply.)
The single biggest component of your credit score and a lender’s credit decision is how you pay your bills. The more bills you pay on time, the more confidence a new lender will have that you will pay them in the future.
Loan officers will likely look to see what your balances are as a percentage of your credit limit. Keeping your balances low shows that you can handle debt responsibly.
Many consumers who struggle with credit issues simply have no idea how much they’re spending each month. Keep track of your expenses, prepare a budget, and stick to it. You may be surprised how easy it is to eliminate unnecessary expenses and take control of your finances. Ideally, lenders want to see that you have managed your fixed expenses to less than 30-40% of your gross monthly income. The lower the percentage, the better.
Too many open lines of credit send up a red flag with lenders. They’re often concerned that you may overburden yourself and become credit-stressed. It is wise to keep only those accounts you need. Hold onto your oldest accounts, because they demonstrate your ability to maintain credit over a longer period of time.
You should pay more than the minimum required each month on revolving accounts like credit cards. You’ll pay down your balance faster, and in turn, pay less interest.
Learn more about how daily simple interest is calculated and how the timing of payments can impact the amount of interest you pay.
Simple interest is an accrual method on our loans. It means the loan accrues interest on a daily basis on the unpaid principal balance on your contract. Interest is the rate that’s charged for the use of the money financed. Interest continues to accrue until your account is paid off. With each payment you make, the accrued interest will be paid down first, and the remaining amount of your payment will then be applied to the principal and any fees on your account. The amount of interest that is taken out of each payment depends on how many days have elapsed between payments. The more days between payments, the more interest you will pay.
Do you have more questions or concerns?
1. Payment Exemptions
2. My legal name changed. How do I update it on my account?
Submit two forms of identification that support the name change (e.g. driver’s license; marriage certificate; part of the divorce decree) and mail or fax them to the attention of Customer Service. Be sure to include your account number.
RMG GROUP Auto Finance
Attn: Customer Service
3. Can I refinance my loan?
4. I received something on my credit report from Exeter but I never got an auto loan.
5. A Payment was made to RMGAF from my bank account but I do not have an account? What should I do?