ABOUT US

We know how important it is to have reliable transportation. Let us help you get back on the road.


For many years, Chase Fraser ran a service marketing company for the automobile industry. Chase spent years of focused time in shops working with service teams. He liked being in the bustle of activity and watching mechanics unravel the mysteries of what was wrong with a car. But it troubled him to see so many customers who couldn’t afford to get their cars fixed.

Fast forward to 2012. Chase had the idea for a company to fill the gap he saw. He founded CFS as a way to provide car repair loans that were easy to pay off. He recognized the central role cars play in most people’s lives and that many people don’t have the resources to fix their cars.

Partnering with technical wizard and eternal optimist, Kevin Cawley, Chase and Kevin built an online tool that, in a few simple steps, provides affordable simple-interest loans to people who need them. Customers have the ability to pay their loans off in 60 days without interest. Automotive service centers benefit, too, as car owners can now afford the repairs they need.

Today, CFS has more than 50 employees and is led by a team of automotive entrepreneurs with years of experience in dealerships and automotive service centers. We have provided over 35M dollars in loans to help people get back on the road. We continue to develop new financial solutions for customers and the automotive service centers that fix their cars.

All of us at CFS enthusiastically embrace Chase’s original vision. We work together in a high energy, fun-loving environment in which collaboration and customer service are our highest values. Our dogs are welcome, too.

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