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Service Payment Plan Integrates With F&I Express' eContracting Platform

February 24, 2015

SOUTHLAKE, Texas — Intersection Technologies Inc. – F&I Express is pleased to welcome Service Payment Plan, Inc. (SPP) to its ever-expanding, network of aftermarket F&I providers. SPP’s addition to F&I Express will allow dealers on the SPP dealer network the ability to eRate, eContract and eRegister all of SPP’s payment plan contracts.

Founded in 1983, SPP is the largest service contract payment plan company in the industry, and offers programs to independent service contract providers and manufacturers throughout the United States and Canada. Customers, whether paying cash, outside financing, or limited financing can benefit from 0% interest payment plans for vehicle service contracts. SPP offers its customers the ability to finance the purchase of their aftermarket products, turning a no into a yes.

“Service Payment Plan, Inc., has been in business for over 30 years, and has been providing consumers a way to buy vehicle service contracts without raising the cost of their car payments. SPP is a fantastic addition to F&I Express,” said Brian Reed, president and CEO of F&I Express. “With F&I Express, SPP can now offer consumers an easy, error-free financing process to help speed the vehicle delivery process, thus improving the whole buying experience.”

“The integration of SPP and F&I Express will help insure all contracts are submitted timely to the service contract administrators and SPP as well as improve accuracy in the F&I office. Customers and F&I managers will appreciate how quickly the sale and the paperwork can be completed," said Bob Hymen, president, Service Payment Plan, Inc.

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