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If you recently just bought a car and financed it with LGM Auto Finance, please register for a new account by clicking New Customer below. If you are an existing customer and need to make a payment, please call (440) 290-4008 or click the Current Customer button below.

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To get instant access to your loan with LGM Auto Finance, please click on the register button below. In order to register, you will need your account number, the last 4 digits of your social security number, and the last name on the Loan.

If you do not remember your account number or are having trouble signing up, please call one of our representatives at (440) 290-4008.

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How Do Simple Interest Loans Work?

With a simple interest loan, interest is calculated based on your outstanding loan balance on your payment due date. When you make a payment, some of it goes toward the interest charges, while the rest is applied to the loan principal.

At first, more of your monthly payment will typically go toward the interest. Over time, more of your monthly payment will go toward the principal as you pay down the loan balance. A good rule of thumb is to be as consistent as possible and make your payments on time so that you can save in interest over the life of the loan.