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How do I create a contract for my customers about third-party financing?

Our company recently started offering Financial Loans to our customers through a third-party company. Legally we have signed documents from our company, the customer, and the third-party company through the third-party company. It is their records. However, we provide our customers with our own contracts for contracting work. Normally at the bottom, it states the agreed-upon total of cost and down payment. With some of our customers now choosing this third-party company, we're having trouble with how to word the bottom. Of course, we don't receive money directly from them anymore so they no longer give us a down payment, the bank gives us what they agree on based on the loan type. We, however, still give the customer one of our contracts. Any suggestions on how to rewrite it to correlate with the third-party?

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