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Graduate students develop app to save you money on car loans

by The 100 Companies

While studying for MBA degrees at Stanford, Carl Ziade and Jean-Pierre Vertil discovered that 50% of auto loans were overpriced, costing consumers $37 billion annually. So they wrote an app to save consumers money: Gaya.

The co-founders also discovered 80% of auto loans are originated at the auto dealership. They recognized an opportunity for a technology solution. With access to hundreds of credit unions and banks, Gaya can help consumers with car refinancing in a few click, usually get results in less than 30 seconds.

Click here, enter a little about yourself and start saving on your vehicle loans today.

Chris Schroder, The Arizona 100

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