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Aimbridge Route One effort connects auto dealers CUs
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (1/6/09)--RouteOne customers can now send and receive auto loan applications to credit unions served by Colorado-based Aimbridge because the two companies have integrated. Aimbridge is a credit union aggregation service. RouteOne, formed in 2002 by Chrysler Financial, Ford Motor Credit Co., GMAC and Toyota Financial Services, allows automotive dealers to submit credit applications to indirect lenders and request credit reports through RouteOne’s free Dealer Reporting suite. RouteOne and Aimbridge announced the integration this week. It will be completed in two phases. The first phase includes dealers in Colorado, Michigan, Georgia and Ohio. The second phase is planned for launch at the end of first quarter.


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