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J.D. Power: Lender Service Determines Customer Satisfaction With Financing

Lenders that provide excellence in the servicing and onboarding experiences from the beginning of the loan or lease process set the stage for customer satisfaction throughout the financing duration, according to the J.D. Power 2013 U.S. Consumer Financing Satisfaction Study.

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Consumer Bankruptcy Filings Down 12 Percent in November

U.S. consumer bankruptcy filings totaled 100,980 in November, a 12 percent decrease from the 114,587 total consumer filings recorded in November 2010, according to the American Bankruptcy Institute.

Total Consumer Debt Nearly Equivalent to Prerecession Years, Equifax Reports

Total consumer debt now stands at $11.2 trillion, nearly equivalent to the $11.1 trillion pre-recession level in 2006, according to the latest Equifax National Credit Trends Report.

TrueCar.com: Baby Boomers Gravitate Toward Luxury Vehicles

A new study by TrueCar.com indicates that baby boomers are into luxury and eye-catching appeal.

NADAguides Report: Consumer Interest Increasing Among European Brands

Euro brands are catching the attention of car shoppers in a big way, with the segment increasing its share of consumer interest by more than 9 percent.

Consumer Bankruptcy Filings Drop 8 Percent Through First Half of 2011

U.S. consumer bankruptcy filings decreased 8 percent nationwide during the first six months of 2011, according to the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI).

Approvals, Pent-Up Demand Continue to Rise, Says CNW

Auto loan approvals continued to pick up in April, the same month pent-up demand reached its highest level since the third quarter 2008, according to CNW Research.

Toyota Purchase Intent Soars Nearly 40 Percent After Incentives Announcement

Toyota’s announcement of zero-percent financing and special lease deals generated nearly a 40 percent spike in purchase intent by visitors to Edmunds.com.

AFSAEF Offers Free Resources for Consumer Financial Protection

The American Financial Services Association Education Foundation (AFSAEF) introduced two new resources to help borrowers take steps to protect their finances.

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Americans Continue to Reduce Spending in Q1

Americans continued to tighten their spending through the first quarter this year, according to Mint.com, an online personal finance service.

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