RoadLoans.com® mobile loan application for Android™ Smartphones
Consumers can apply for a loan directly from their mobile device; RoadLoans.com is now accessible on iPhone and Android™ devices
[DALLAS, Texas - March 10, 2011] - Santander Consumer USA, a subsidiary of Banco Santander and owner of the RoadLoans brand, has released its second free mobile application for consumers shopping for automobiles - this time with an app for phones that run the Android operating system. The release for Android phones follows the launch of a RoadLoans.com app for the iPhone in January. RoadLoans is a leading Internet auto lending program that allows consumers to apply for and receive financing for new and used vehicles via the Web. The company specializes in financing consumers with less-than-perfect credit.
Consumers shopping for an auto loan can conveniently calculate what their monthly payment might be by using four sliders that offer customization for the loan amount, Annual Percentage Rate ("APR"), loan term (months) and down payment amount. If consumers like what they see they can apply for financing immediately.
Finance application options include new or used car loans, or the refinancing of an existing car loan. Once a finance application is made using the mobile app, RoadLoans.com sends a loan decision within minutes to the applicant's e-mail address. If the consumer is interested in buying a car, they are then matched with a RoadLoans dealer located near the consumer's home address, which helps with vehicle selection and finalizing the loan documents.
"RoadLoans.com is leading the way in bringing auto financing and car buying to consumers who use their mobile phones to make banking and purchasing decisions," says Lana Johnson, vice president of loan originations for Santander Consumer USA. "Research continues to show that more consumers start their car buying experiences online, and by expanding the RoadLoans.com mobile application to Android phones, we can help even more consumers have a new kind of car buying experience."
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About Santander Consumer USA Inc.
Santander Consumer USA Inc., owner of the RoadLoans brand, is a leading company in the automotive finance sector, whose core business is indirect, direct and third-party originations and servicing of auto loans. The company has a serviced auto loan portfolio of more than $25 billion and relationships with nearly 13,000 dealer partners in the U.S. The company began originating loans in 1997 and is headquartered in Dallas.
Santander Consumer USA is a unit of Banco Santander (SAN.MC, STD.N, BNC.LN), the Spain-based retail and commercial bank with a presence in 10 main markets in Europe and the Americas. At the end of 2009, Santander was the largest bank in the euro zone by market capitalization and fourth in the world by profit, EUR 8.94 billion. Founded in 1857, Santander had EUR 1,245 billion in managed funds at the end of 2009. Santander has 92 million customers, 13,660 branches - more than any other international bank - and 170,000 employees.
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