Ford Credit is part of a process more commonly referred to as dealership financing, where the common factor acts as a credit broker in effect, and arranges finance or credit for potential customers so they can buy or lease one of their vehicles.
Whilst this process is quite well understood, people often run into practical problems once the finance or credit has been arranged, and can sometimes find it difficult to either get queries answered or find someone they can actually talk to and give them the information they need about that account.
Ford have a fairly comprehensive website that people can access once they have registered and set up an account. People are often encouraged to preregister before buying or leasing a car, a process known as getting pre-approval.
This offer applies to an individual getting pre-approved for credit, allowing them to have an idea in advance of how much they will be able to borrow and what interest rate, and also potentially allowing them access to certain specific deals either on individual vehicles or on special interest rate programs.
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Once you have registered an account with Ford you can access a vast range of information through their website, that relates to practical areas such as software updates and manuals, and can keep you informed about any records or problems there may be.
It also has many areas of support regarding problems to do with payment may arise. Problems may arise at either a practical level, or because the individual runs into some type of financial problems themselves and needs to either defer payment or restructure the loan.
In any event, the Ford website does provide a wide range of practical information tips and contact details for people who need it.
The other option is to go back to the Ford dealership where the original transaction and finance arrangements took place. Here it is more a bit of luck as to whether or not the dealership will be overly helpful, but on the whole it should be. It is in their interests to retain you as a customer, with short-term and long-term, and it will be dangerous to help you through any practical problems that you may have.
Finally, it is worth bearing this in mind before signing any final contract or lease agreement. People often do not think through the practical areas that they might need help with once process has been finalised, but making sure they have contact information for the sale is complete is one way they can retain some degree of control over the process once it has been finalised.