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Anyone know how to opt out of Honda Financial in selling of your info? I'm getting spammed at my PO BOX due to Honda. I know its Honda because I took over my brother's car/payment. Still in his name. Now there are a ton of credit card offers coming in.

I have a PO BOX. I just changed over the address from his house to my PO BOX. He never used my PO BOX and now there is credit card offers coming to my PO BOX addressed to him after this address switch.
 

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yea.. thats why you finance through credit unions. they cover your back even if you cant make a payment. i cant imagine honda/acura financial, or for that matter, any other bank that would do that. I easily got approved for a loan through my CU, while acura financial required a stiff 20% down payment and three references.
 

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It's opt'd into on a form you sign when you finance through AHFC ...it's spelled out clear as day... as it is it's own form and it says that AHFC can use your data for subsidiary purposes...yada yada

I checked the do not opt box and signed it...that was it both times I've dealt w. the financial mngr and AHFC terms at my local dealer. No fuss by the financial mngr and I recalling my quip ; I receive enough mail & on enough lists as it is.

Your credit tier makes a huge difference w/ AHFC in terms of what they want to see down and in terms of reference requirements. Credit unions are usually much more flexible with these and working with you as most of the time, you are an established customer w/ them or they want to garner your business from going w/ a dealer's finance comp.
 

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yea.. thats why you finance through credit unions. they cover your back even if you cant make a payment. i cant imagine honda/acura financial, or for that matter, any other bank that would do that. I easily got approved for a loan through my CU, while acura financial required a stiff 20% down payment and three references.
When I bought my Accord I got 0% down and 1.9% 60 months (promo in Feb 2010) through HFC, though I chose to pay TTL, etc. in cash. Maybe HFC just didn't like your credit score?
 

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There is a fish in your PC and it's fishing out info. When you visit a bank site (Honda Financial), it will signal that you want financial info, loans, credit cards, credit score info, and viagra.

So here comes the junk mail.
 

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There is a fish in your PC and it's fishing out info. When you visit a bank site (Honda Financial), it will signal that you want financial info, loans, credit cards, credit score info, and viagra.

So here comes the junk mail.
What does his PO Box have to do with his PC?
 

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When I bought my Accord I got 0% down and 1.9% 60 months (promo in Feb 2010) through HFC, though I chose to pay TTL, etc. in cash. Maybe HFC just didn't like your credit score?
I got that same deal this past Feb, its nice having the 1.9%!!
 
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