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NZ's newest finance brokering business launched

New Zealand's newest finance brokering business has been launched.

A Class Finance Brokering is very innovative and has a website to enable them to service clients right through out New Zealand.
http://www.aclassfinance.co.nz contains information relating to obtaining finance and clients are also able to apply online.
In today's busy word this is a real advantage.

A Class Finance Brokering specialise is motor vehicle finance, but they also provide personal loans, debt consolidation, home renovation, mortgages, business finance.
Finance for just about anything!

Owner of A Class Finance brokering Adam Fenech is no stranger to online business.
Fenech is also the owner of online auction website http://www.auctionnz.co.nz and past owner of
Dream Net Internet, a nationwide ISP.

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