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(801) 853-8221 is a Debt Reduction Scam

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  • Transcript And this is Steve Dowling calling from Tim Delany son Murray I'm reaching out to let you know that the Fed has lowered interest rates to one president at levels due to the coronavirus that means the lending institutions can offer super low interest auto loans we're talking lowest interest rates ever but more importantly in this time of uncertainty we're offering no payments until August so you can lower your payment lower your interest rate and most importantly you don't need to worry about making a car payment until August at the store we're following the latest c.d.c. approved measures to ensure a safe environment for customers and employees but even if you don't feel comfortable coming into the store we can bring a vehicle to you for a test drive we'll even sanitize the vehicle before and after you drive you can take advantage of this historic opportunity by calling us back at 801-853-8221 Again that's 801-853-8221 or visit.
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  • Call Activity Low Last detected 11 months ago

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