A shift for Autodome

autodomeAs we celebrate our 30th year in the automotive industry we are proud of the legacy that we have created in the GTA. In May of 2015, Autodome changed from Automotive Retail to other areas and fields within the automotive industry. What is the difference? It means that we will no longer offer vehicles for sale to customers. We are always here to support our customers, so if you have a question, please feel free to connect with us.

If you have a question about the vehicle you purchased from Autodome, please visit our Vehicle Ownership Questions Page.

We wish you all the best in your journeys and thank you all for your continued patronage and support over the past 30 years!! šŸ™‚

Kindest Wishes,
The Autodome Family

The 3 Financial Decisions That Will Change Your Life

We all want freedom, don’t we? Anthony Robbins, a world renowned life coach for almostĀ Ā 40 years, has 3 key decisions that will absolutely change your financial life! These tips will help you avoid becoming “rich” but unhappy or angry.

Anthony says “Across the board, Iā€™ve found that virtually every moment peopleĀ makeĀ three key decisionsĀ that dictate the quality of theirĀ lives.Ā If you make these decisions unconsciously, you’ll end upĀ like majority of people who tend to be out of shape physically, exhausted emotionally and often financially stressed. But if you make these decisions consciously, you can literally change the course of your life today.”

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How to rebuild your credit

rebSo your credit is bad… It’s not the end of the Mayan calendar!!

Rebuilding your credit can seem difficult some times, but it all starts with establishing new patterns in your credit habits. As the saying goes, “it takes credit to make credit.” (Or something like that.) Bad credit can make it tough or impossible to obtain a regular bank credit card. But there are still options, and getting a new credit card is a vital step in your credit makeover.

First Steps in Credit Makeover

One consideration might be a secured credit card. Secured credit cards typically allow you to borrow up to the amount of money in your bank account, a guarantee to the credit card company that you’ll be able to pay off your charged purchases. Look for cards with low annual fees and no application fees, and some also offer the possibility for converting your card into an unsecured card in the future.

If not, the next step is to seek out an unsecured card from another source, like department stores, which typically offer easier qualification for credit. Demonstrating the ability to pay off those cards will give you the opportunity to be accepted for a regular bank credit card soon after that.

Making History One Payment at a Time

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