The world’s fastest growing loan is making it easier for consumers to get loans on cars they can afford, thanks to the new technology of “direct staffords” which allow borrowers to borrow the vehicle from their lender for a fee.

“The direct staffords have come in for much more scrutiny over the last year,” said John Levenson, CEO of Levenstone Capital Advisors.

“We think that we have the best tools to help consumers get loan products and services.”

Levenson explained that the technology was developed in collaboration with the US Department of Transportation (DOT), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and is now being rolled out in Australia and New Zealand.

“Direct staffords are the world’s largest and most technologically advanced loan programs, enabling consumers to obtain loans at low or no interest rates,” he said.

“Direct stafford loans are backed by FDIC and FICO, so borrowers can access a bank account, pay their bills, pay off a loan, and receive a credit report, if applicable.

The Direct Staffords program is a first of its kind in Australia.

It allows borrowers to access a $5,000 vehicle loan at no interest rate, with no upfront fees and no payment penalty.

“This is the first of it’s kind in the world.””

DSLPs are designed to provide a loan program that is affordable for borrowers and accessible to everyone, without having to apply to banks,” Levenston explained.

“This is the first of it’s kind in the world.”

To qualify for Direct Staffording, borrowers must have a $1 million vehicle loan or more in their bank account and must be in a vehicle for the past three months.

The loan is secured by a deposit insurance policy and is backed by an 80% FDIC National Guarantee Credit.

The direct loan is not available to people who are ineligible for the Federal Family Housing Program (NFHP) loan programs because of their financial situation, or who have had their property seized by the Government.

The first direct stafford was launched on the New Zealand market in March 2018.

It was launched by the Department of Trade and Industry and is available for both new and existing customers.

“We’re delighted to have this first Direct StaffORD product to help Kiwis get a better deal on their new vehicles,” Finance Minister Bill English said.

“With our new vehicle finance and loan program, our Government is helping thousands of Kiwis access affordable car finance, including through Direct Staffordes.”

Leveson said that the new Direct Staffoords would allow people to access finance that they could not previously access on the NZ property market, and allow the government to support the growth of Kiwi auto sales.

“Our goal is to make sure Kiwis have access to finance at the right price so they can get on the road safely and affordably,” he added.

“For many people, it’s the first time they have a loan to go on.

The DSLP will help them get the financing they need to start a family, start a business, and save for their future.”

The DirectStaffords program launched in New Zealand is now available to more than 50,000 people across the country.

The latest data from the Department for Business, Innovation and Employment (BKI) shows that more than 4.3 million people in New South Wales and Victoria have access, and that more people are in the program than in any other state.

“It is great to see the program now offering low interest rates to people with existing loans and to people looking to get new loans, and to help more Kiwis who have been left behind by the global financial crisis,” BKI chief economist Paul Breslin said.