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    Question How is Tracker Marine Finance

    Am in the market for a New Z8, and should qualify for 2.9 interest rate, but did the application online, and it said I had to call a number, so I did, and they told me to call another. Have any of you ever dealt with them, and if so, how are they. I went to 2 dealers, and only one of them even talked to me, and I had to disturb her so she would do that. She did say to qualify I had to do it online. Are there any dealers here that could help me?

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    i haven't dealt with tracker marine at all. however i would go to your bank and see what they can do for you. they have more flexibility better interest rates and it won't be a 15yr loan. it will help with boat price also if you say you are paying with a check for the full price. worked great to buy our new f-150, got the dealer down another $3500.

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    I financed my Z-9 through my credit union. I was told by my dealer that Tracker Marine Financing works on the same principle as Quicken Loans, that is that your numbers are put out to numerous lenders for the lowest rate. I'm not sayin that's bad, and have not used them, just echoing what I was told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckempo View Post
    i haven't dealt with tracker marine at all. however i would go to your bank and see what they can do for you. they have more flexibility better interest rates and it won't be a 15yr loan. it will help with boat price also if you say you are paying with a check for the full price. worked great to buy our new f-150, got the dealer down another $3500.
    No offense but this is a farce, I can get the same deal, possibly better when u finance with cars. Don't matter if u pay with cash or finance to the dealer they get there money either way, in fact its usually easier thru the bank.
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    Any Bass Pro or Tracker dealer can get the 2.99 rate for you, not just online. The rate is very good considering the length of the term that they will go. Local credit unions have better rates for 5 year notes but 2.99 for up to 12 years is very good. If you are having trouble getting through to a human let me know and I will get you a direct line.

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    A good Tracker dealer should take care of everything for you. I just filled out the app, a nice person from tracker financial called me up with the rate and terms, and my dealer took care of the rest.

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    Thanks for the reply's. After posting I got a call from a VERY NICE woman who helped me through the entire proccess, and am now awaiting approval. Am looking forward to joining the Nitro family!!

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    The nitro dealer I bought from at bass pro did a HORRIBLE job for me. I refinanced through a local credit union at 2.99%. That was just my own experience though. Probably not the norm.
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