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Global Lending Services Continues National Expansion

April 23, 2013

ATLANTA, Ga. — Global Lending Services, a finance source specializing in secondary financing, announced it is actively purchasing automobile finance contracts in 19 states. Since the purchase of the assets and platform of Resurgent Auto Finance in August 2012, GLS has been focused on expanding its purchasing ability and geographic reach, according to company officials.

When GLS purchased Resurgent assets, it was operating in four states: South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia. Since October, GLS has successfully expanded into 15 more states and continues to grow its contract purchasing territory. The 19 active states include: Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.

"I'm very pleased with the execution of the national expansion,” GLS Founder and Chairman Douglas Duncan said. “While expanding, we have been able to maintain high levels of customer service, including credit and funding response times. As for the future of GLS, I'm excited; we look forward to developing lasting dealer and customer relationships nationally."

Comments

  1. 1. Susan Davis [ May 01, 2013 @ 05:04PM ]

    Your company has some very rude and unprofessional staff. I have a loan with your company. I am on disability and I was working when my husband and I took out our auto loan. I was making my payments every other week and now I have to make them monthly. You all want to raise my payments to $490 a month which I think is crazy.My husband and I told the dealer that we purchased our vehicle from was too small because of our disability. We even asked the dealer to see if we could get a bigger vehicle and asked them to see if we still have the same bank. Dunn-Benson Ford is where we purchased the vehicle and Lewis McKoy was the salesman. He acts like he doesn't want to help us.

  2. 2. Amy medley [ July 09, 2013 @ 04:48PM ]

    I wonder how we could file a formal complaint! I've already reported your company to the BBB and have to say your so called customer service people could really use a tip or two on how they are handling your customers! I've asked to speak to a manger over 3 times and nobody has gotten back to me. These people are rude, arrogant, cocky and ignorant. If I would have known this I would have never taken a loan out with you! If anyone from your company cares anything about the complaints we have as customers please fix this !!
    Regretfully yours,
    Amy Medley

 

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