After Your Auto Refinance

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by Julia Guardione
Updated on: June 24, 2019

Now that your auto refinance with rateGenius is complete be sure to keep in mind the following steps.

Your New Lender

Please make sure to note your new payment due date with your new lender. Typically ten days prior to your first payment, you will receive information from your new lender regarding payment instructions. If you have questions, contact information for your new lender is included in your document package or can be found within the lender’s webpage. You can also contact us at 866-728-3436 to get your new lender details or if you have any other questions

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Refer your friends, earn cash

Want to spread the savings? Tell your friends! If they complete the refinance process with us, you’ll both get $50! Simply have them apply through your referral link received in the email after your loan funds or visit our referral program page for more details.

About The Author


Julia Guardione

Julia Guardione is an auto refinance writer based in Austin, Texas. She is a graduate of Texas State University and a lover of all things outdoors.


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