Rapid implementation of technology-enabled, end-to-end business process outsourcing services to support MUSA’s aggressive growth plan.
defi SOLUTIONS is pleased to announce its latest partnership with MUSA Auto Finance. defi will be empowering MUSA’s unique business model to fully support the lease servicing and remarketing needs of other national funders. MUSA will be taking advantage of the products, services, and vast leasing expertise of defi’s business process outsourcing service (defi BPO), powered by the defi SERVICING platform, as well as the defi CONNECT SERVICING portal that connects borrowers to lenders.
The entire multi-product, multi-service solution is expected to be configured and implemented to fit the specific needs and unique specifications of MUSA in about 120 days, to be delivered by the fourth quarter of 2020.
MUSA and its customers will benefit from white-labeled customer service and back-office processes – including full titles, cash management, toll violations, and support for collections, recoveries,
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Why is the Nissan Leaf the top-selling used EV? Availability is part of it; price is another. And there’s a third sticky point: Leaf owners don’t appear to hold onto them as long as Tesla owners do.
Those with the kind of credit that qualifies for factory leases, however, will find that with less cash outlay they could lease a new Nissan Leaf. Our monthly deals roundup on EVs, hybrids, and PHEVs highlights a national $199/month lease deal on the Leaf, plus bargain leases on the Chevy Bolt EV, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, Toyota Prius Prime,
If you’re shopping for a redesigned 2021 Ford F-150, you might want to consider buying the truck because there are some attractive incentives for it available, even at launch. Conversely, the lease offers for the pickup are far less attractive.
Information from Cars Direct indicates that there is up to $3,000 in rebates for buyers of the 2021 F-150. All trims come with a $500 rebate. Then, another $1,000 is available when financing with Ford Credit. Plus, the XLT grade has a $1,500 incentive.
It’s possible to get save an additional $2,250 on an XLT, too. Cars Direct notes there’s an equipment discount on the truck when buyers specify the Co-Pilot360 Assist 2.0 system on this trim.
These deals are available