How do you make a Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance payment?


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As of 2015, you can make a Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance payment by phone, check or money order or through an online account or automatic payment set up through an online account, according to the Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance website. Payment options also include the money transfer services MoneyGram and Western Union, which charge fees.

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Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance provides several options to set up automatic payments, including through an online account, explains its website. Faxing or mailing required information are two other options for setting up automatic payments. Vanderbilt deducts the money from your bank account when a payment is due. You can use automated phone pay at any time; information needed includes your checking account number and routing number, loan number and ZIP code of the primary borrower. Make assisted phone payments during business hours, although there is a fee.

Web payments are free, says Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance. The primary borrower needs his checkbook, loan number and Social Security number to set up an account. A nonprimary borrower needs the ZIP code of the primary borrower. Thereafter, a borrower can use his online account for Web Pay. To pay by check or money order via mail, enclose the monthly payment coupon, and write the loan number on the check or money order. Allow for enough time for the payment to arrive. Retailers such as Wal-Mart and CVS offer MoneyGram services, and Western Union has a tool to help customers find a nearby location.

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