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Old 02-11-2015, 09:52 AM   #15
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Most dealers will limit the amount you can put on a credit card. They pay a percentage as a merchant fee.

They may do more/all if you are willing to add a couple percent to cover the merchant fee. This can work if you have a cash back/rewards or other benefit from the card that more than offsets the amount you add.
I put $59k on a debit card. No questions asked.
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Have you bought it yet because we are selling ours now. If you are interested let me know.
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Im buying a new skinny winne. Any advise on who to use to finance it?
Have you bought it yet because we are selling ours now. If you are interested let me know.
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we had to finance a portion of our bus ... used Alliant CU ... great to work with ... and they seem to like RV'rs. certainly worth a phone call .......
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