Credit Acceptance Payoff Address

Credit Acceptance Payoff Address

Credit Acceptance Payoff Address is, Credit Acceptance, P.O. Box 551888, Detroit, MI 48255-1888, USA. Include your payment coupon and Credit Acceptance account number on your check or money order. Do not send cash. Do not send correspondence other than your coupon.

Overnight Physical Address

If guaranteed funds are required, mail a money order to:

Credit Acceptance
25505 West 12 Mile Rd
Southfield, MI 48034

*Payments sent directly to Credit Acceptance instead of the P.O. Box generally take longer to reach them. Payments received directly at Credit Acceptance will be posted the same business day if received by 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

How do I pay off credit acceptance?

How do I get a payoff on my account? You can request a payoff quote online at any time through your Customer Portal account (click here for more information). You can also request a payoff quote by calling 1-800-634-1506 and using the automated phone system to get your payoff. The system is available 24 hours a day.

How do I find my account number for credit acceptance?

Navigation. You can find your account number in the retail installment contract that you received at the dealership. You can also call them at 800-634-1506.

Can you pay off Credit Acceptance early?

Can I pay off early my Credit acceptance loan? Yes, you can. However, Credit acceptance charges a prepayment fee if you pay your car loan early. This fee could reduce or eliminate the savings from paying the car loan early.

Who is the owner of Credit Acceptance?

Credit Acceptance is led by chairman, CEO, and founder Donald A. Foss, who controls approximately 52 percent of the company’s stock. Don Foss, named to the Forbes list of the 400 wealthiest Michigan residents in 1996, graduated from Detroit High School in 1964. By 1967, Foss had opened his first used car lot.

How long does it take for Credit Acceptance to repo your car?

How long does Credit Acceptance Corp take to repossess my car? Repossession law varies slightly from state to state and range from 3 to 5 months after you stopped making payments on your Credit Acceptance Corp loan.

Why is the payoff amount more than the balance?

Your current balance might not reflect how much you actually have to pay to completely satisfy the loan. Your payoff amount also includes the payment of any interest you owe through the day you intend to pay off your loan. The payoff amount may also include other fees you have incurred and have not yet paid.