'Today's Family' to Feature RoadLoans.com

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RoadLoans.com makes it easy to get the auto loan you want.

Platinum Productions TV is pleased to announce the selection of RoadLoans.com for its innovative, educational television series, Today's Family. The organization will be featured in a segment on "Auto Loan Financing Solutions" in our Rebuilding Your Credit Series. The show will air on the "Women's Entertainment" (WE) channel on Monday, May 14, 2007 at 6 a.m. Eastern Standard and Pacific Standard Time.

Need a new car, but don't have the best credit? Hate going into that "back room" to negotiate financing once you've selected the car of your dreams and dreading whatever figure they may come up with?

Look no further for a solution than Texas-based RoadLoans.com, the Internet direct-lending division of Triad Financial Corporation, a nationwide lender providing innovative auto finance and distinctive customer service. Since June of 2000, they have been specializing in the financing and servicing of new and used vehicle loans for people with less than perfect credit while educating consumers about the car buying process.

RoadLoans.com is part of a powerful, secure financial institute with a 15-year track record, over 1200 employees and $4 billion in auto loan receivables. They offer: financing for new or used vehicles purchased from a franchised dealer or private party, loans to refinance your current auto loan or buy out a lease, an online loan application, 24/7 online account access (password-protected), online customer care (FAQ, email, and live chat) and a Member Benefit Program.

The auto loan process allows for buyers to negotiate with dealers within 44 of the 48 contiguous states as if they had cash in their hand. It is good to have the piece of mind that comes from already being preapproved for an auto loan when you go to buy a car.

For more information, see http://www.roadloans.com.

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