if i want to get car with monthly payment do i need to have social security number?

Asked by Sep 27, 2014 at 01:35 AM about the 2005 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 4 Dr C230 Kompressor Supercharged Sedan

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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It would help on less you want to pay severely high interest rates. Apply on line for a SS #. But do.it quickly, the winds of change are in the air.

i do not have one, because i am international student in ISU but i am going to paydwon $3000? what should i do

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Look for a BUY HERE PAY HERE used car dealer. Since your here legally you should be able to get a decent vehicle. BTW what state are you studying in?

Idaho Sate , Also i found the car which i am looking for and that is (2005 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 4 Dr C230 Kompressor Supercharged Sedan)

31,295

Is the Mercedes being sold at a car dealership? If so they may have a source for 2nd tear financing. If it's a private sale then it's probably not going to happen. Did you get anything like a tax identification number? When you have time check out the finance companys in the city you are living in.

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new in America and already acting like a Native- your eyes are bigger than your wallet- why do you think that buying on credit is a good idea? - have you heard of compound interest? why do you think you need a crappy used Mercedes to make your way through American life- if you don't have enough troubles already, go ahead and think that the American Dream is being in debt to a sketchy used car dealer and paying for the many expensive repairs that a used Mercedes will need- just so you can feel important- or get smart and buy a $3000 Toyota that will treat you right-

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A "buy here pay here" kind of dealer has crap cars and high interest rates. They prey on poor people. In your situation you need to buy a car for cash. You're a student, no one expects you to be driving German luxury. Try to act with reason and not so much emotion. You will get more respect.

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A.A. what are the mileage and how much do they want for the Mercedes?

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