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NADAguides.com and Carloan.com Form Exclusive Vehicle Financing Partnership

August 15, 2007

COSTA MESA, Calif. — NADAguides.com, a vehicle pricing and information Website, and Carloan.com, an online car loan service, recently announced an exclusive vehicle financing partnership. Carloan.com is now the premier new and used vehicle financing provider for millions of online car buyers at the NADAguides.com Website.

With this service, new and used car buyers have the ability to secure a car loan quickly and easily at NADAguides.com by submitting a free, one-minute online car loan application. Depending on the customer's credit, this application is immediately routed to a qualified lender or to one of hundreds of accredited automotive retailers in the Carloan.com network. In addition to Carloan.com's broad range of professionally accredited lending partners and car dealers who specialize in top-notch customer service, the Carloan.com application process is completely secure and confidential, with stringent customer privacy and protection safeguards.

In addition to offering convenient and easy vehicle financing programs for car buyers with all types of credit, NADAguides.com also specializes in a broad range of vehicle services, including pricing and specification information for new and used cars, trucks, SUVs, vans, van conversions, classic cars, boats, motorcycles, RVs, ATVs, personal watercraft and snowmobiles. In addition, the company provides new car incentive and rebate information, reviews and previews, new and used car side-by-side comparisons, vehicle history reports, credit check services, car insurance services, new car tips and advice, and car buying and selling programs.

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