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How to buy a car with RoadLoans during Coronavirus
  The spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has restricted mobility for most of us, yet many people still need a car to perform the essentials. If you’re in the market for a vehicle, the good news is that there are dealerships still open for business and, for our part, RoadLoans remains ready to accept applications for credit. This is how our process works, along with tips for shopping and the benefits of online services during this time of social distancing.   Applying for a loan As a full-spectrum lender, RoadLoans has experience working with customers with a wide range of credit,… Read More

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Coronavirus has changed how we live and work. But the most important thing we can do is “step up to the challenge” of the pandemic and its effects as individuals, organizations and companies, including RoadLoans and parent company Santander Consumer USA (SC). “Being in the front lines, I have a first-hand look and receive daily feedback from our customers, who through their messages share many touching stories and hardships, which range from temporary loss of hours at work to complete job loss,” said Veronica S., who monitors social media for SC in Mesa, AZ. Even in this difficult time, “many… Read More

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Be aware that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) may pose a potential cybersecurity threat to Americans in addition to a health threat. As the virus spreads across the U.S., so do cyber criminals intent on taking advantage of you. “The pandemic is dangerous enough without wrong-doers seeking to profit from public panic, and this sort of conduct cannot be tolerated,” said Attorney General William Barr in a recent staff memo.     The U.S. Justice Department cites cybersecurity threats that include: Individuals and businesses selling fake cures for COVID-19 online and engaging in other scams. Phishing emails from entities posing as the… Read More

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The health and well-being of our colleagues is a top priority for RoadLoans and parent company Santander Consumer USA during the spread of Coronavirus so we can be there for our customers. We have implemented the Santander US Temporary Emergency Paid Leave Program for COVID-19 Pandemic School and Daycare Closures.     The program is designed to address the immediate needs of our colleagues who are affected by widespread school and daycare closures throughout the country, whether or not they have direct customer contact. It provides eligible employees with up to 80 hours of emergency paid time off without having… Read More