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US Equity Advantage® to award $1,000 to winner of its "Love My Car" Facebook photo contest

Contest is open all Facebook account holders

ORLANDO, Fla., March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- US Equity Advantage (USEA), the leading provider of bi-weekly and early loan payoff services to consumers, will present a $1,000 credit toward an auto loan principal payment, or other loan, to the winner of its "Love My Car" photo contest.  Participants must submit a digital photo of themselves with their vehicle as well as a caption explaining why they love their vehicle to USEA's official Facebook page. The winner will be chosen based on the image with the greatest number of votes.


The contest celebrates the American love affair with cars which ties into one of its largest service segments – auto loans.   On average, the AutoPayPlus™ bi-weekly and early loan payoff service helps consumers pay off their auto loans five months early, and save money in interest payments.  The contest launched on March 11, 2014 and runs through April 14, 2014 and welcomes members as well as non-members of USEA to participate.  Participants must first 'Like' the official USEA Facebook page in order to enter and vote ( Participants are encouraged to 'Share' the USEA Facebook page with family and friends to gain votes on their submission.

US Equity Advantage owns and operates AutoPayPlus, a bi-weekly and early loan payoff service. Located in Orlando, Florida, USEA has helped hundreds of thousands of its members "get ahead" and reach their financial objectives since its establishment in 2003. For more information on USEA and the "Love My Car" contest, please visit

Media Contact: Hue Lien Duxbury, US Equity Advantage, (407) 897.8688 x 211, [email protected]

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