If you are buying a vehicle from a dealer, NextGear Capital may appear as having a registered interest or a unit stocking agreement against your vehicle when conduct a HPI check, this is perfectly normal.
Some dealerships use NextGear Capital's 'stocking facility' which is a common type of unit stocking agreement used by motor dealers. It enables them to fund the vehicles on their forecourt and to offer you a greater choice of quality stock.
Once your paperwork and payment are complete, the dealership will inform NextGear Capital and once the dealer has paid for the vehicle the HPI marker will be removed within a couple of days.
For more information, please contact your dealer or alternatively visit the HPI Check website. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0343 50 60 600 where someone will be more than happy to assist you.