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Old 02-02-2012, 02:01 PM   #1
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Default Westlake Financial Services Master Dealer Agreement 2008

Hello All. I am need of a copy of the Westlake Dealer Agreement dated in 2008 with form number, 200806MDA-V1.2. I signed with them in 2009. I have asked Westlake for a copy of the original that I signed but, they include my signature pages (dated 2008) with the newly revised 2011 Master Dealer Agreement. Needless to say, I've been getting the run a round with my rep and everyone else. If any dealers out there have it, please let me know!

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Old 02-02-2012, 02:45 PM   #2
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I have a "Master Dealer Agreement 4.07" I signed in July 2007. It does not have any of the form numbers you specified. Sorry!

I suggent a "PM" if this is any interest to you.
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I have a "Master Dealer Agreement 4.07" I signed in July 2007. It does not have any of the form numbers you specified. Sorry!

I suggent a "PM" if this is any interest to you.
Good Karma for you - thanks for offering to help out.

I've never done business with Westlake Financial Services, are they a mostly sub-prime lender?
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I've never done business with Westlake Financial Services, are they a mostly sub-prime lender?
Yes, and by my experience, a "specialty" sub-prime, in that the details of the deal must fit pretty specific parameters.
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Yes, and by my experience, a "specialty" sub-prime, in that the details of the deal must fit pretty specific parameters.
Thanks for the information.

I've heard that DriveTime is getting into the subprime business by starting up a new division called Go Financial. (DriveTime is the same company that used to be known for their Ugly Duckling Rent-A-Car operation.)

With all of the credit damage the collapse of the housing bubble has caused I think the percentage of "credit challenged" customers will continue to increase.
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