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John Deere Financial helps farmers with agricultural equipment. Its agricultural lending activities amount to billions of dollars in equipment purchases and short-term loans for crops.
Myjdfaccount is a convenient place to keep detailed records on spending forecasts. In addition to receiving monthly statements, you’ll also receive an annual report listing all the purchases you make from a multipurpose account.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the process for submitting an audit?
To request an audit, please send John Deere Financial the following information:
- Name of the customer
- Tax ID, Social Security number, or John Deere Financial account number. (including all digits)
- Signature of an authorized customer
- Preferred return information: fax number, email, or mailing address
What is the difference between a Preferred Account and an Authorized Account?
John Deere Financial has approved an application for a Preferred Account customer, granting them access to purchasing power at more than 9,000 locations nationwide. The Merchant Authorized Account can only be used at the merchant location that established and authorized the account.
When will my mailed payment be applied to my account?
We apply your payment to your account on the date we receive the check. Checks can take 7-10 days to arrive. You can make a one-time payment, use the MyFinancial app, or call 1-800-356-9033 to make sure your payment is received on time.
Is it possible to view my statements online?
Once you have been set up for My Financial Accounts at MyJDFAccount.com, you will be able to view your statements online. The MyFinancial app will also allow you to access this information.
After I have paid off my loan, will my insurance continue?
Not at all. The insurance will terminate on the maturity date of your equipment loan OR on the day your final payment is applied to your account, whichever comes first.
What are the differences between “regular” purchases and “special terms” purchases?
Your “regular” credit limit is for everyday purchases like fuel, parts, and service, and your “special terms” credit limit is for large input purchases like seeds, fertilizer, and crop protection products.
Is it possible to obtain a copy of my UCC filings, including terminations?
The UCC is a public record and can be obtained from the Secretary of State’s office in which it was filed.