Repair Financing at Heritage

 

Instant and Secure Auto Repair Financing Through DigniFi*

It's Quick and Easy

  1. Qualify in Minutes:
    • You must be at least 18 years or older, have a valid email address, and reside in a state where DigniFi is licensed to do business.
    • Apply online at MyHeritageRepair.com. Loan applicants must complete and submit the application themselves.
    • In minutes, you'll receive a credit decision.
    • If you're approved, DigniFi will pay your repair shop directly for up to your maximum approved amount.

  2. When Service is Complete:
    • When repairs are complete, your repair shop will sign into the online portal and save your final repair information.
    • Your repair shop will release your vehicle once the following has occurred:
      • You have signed into the online portal and approved your final repair amount.
      • You have picked your loan terms and e-signed your loan document.
    • If you have problems or questions, please call DigniFi Customer Care at 855.808.5861 or email questions@dignifi.com.

  3. With DigniFi, Leave Compound Interest to the Credit Card Companies:
    • Simple interest is only applied to the amount borrowed, not compounded on the interest itself.


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All loans are issued by WebBank, Member FDIC. The DigniFi Interest Waived Program applies to all approved customers. Interest will be charged to your account from account opening at 9.99%-36.00% APR if the full loan amount is not paid within 60 days. Minimum monthly payment is required. Additional principal payments will be required to pay off the loan amount before promotion expires. Interest will be waived if you make all of your scheduled payments on time and pay off your loan in full within 60 days. The application generally takes a few minutes. All applications are subject to approval pursuant to standard underwriting criteria. The maximum approved amount, terms and the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) will be based on an evaluation of credit history. WebBank funds the repair amount once repairs are completed and documents are executed.