Take cars for the loan companies.
of course he can, if he's tough enough.It's short for "Repossess". Loan companies that are not getting their loan payment from the person that borrowed the money hire or pay a fee to "Repo" companies that repossess such vehicles, ie. also boats, RV's, motorcycles, tractors trucks etc.
Yes, You are still considered a signer of the note. You will have to pay repo costs and any other charges that may have occurred, but you have every right to get vehicle back. talk to your bank where the loan was processed and they should help.
Generally, the answer is yes. If you contact the finance company, pay the outstanding payments and cover the repo and storage fees, they will be more than happy to let you continue paying your loan. Finance companies would rather you pay your loan as agreed than have to repo your car, auction it, and come after you for the difference on the note.
yes this goes on your history report
IF the lender posts a repo on your CR, you have one. You will have the repo on your credit report, but it should also show up as "redeemed".
Yes! A repo man stole into my locked backyard to install a GPS system when I did not pay on a TITLE LOAN. I noticed him following me over the next two weeks. The repo man stole back into my yard to remove the GPS after two weeks with no repo success. I settled with the CASH STORE for the original loan amount no interest.
1st repo?? Pay the arrears and repo fees, have ins. coverage 2nd repo??? Most likely have to payoff the loan unless the lender is in a really good mood. Read your contract
As cosigner on the loan you are equally responsible for for payment on the loan. If the lender has hired a repo company to take back the ATV for non payment, then the repo company is going to do everything possible to get it. That includes the frequent visits to your home in an effort to locate the ATV. If you want the repo man off your back, tell him where to find what he is looking for....or contact the lender and bring the loan payments current immediately.
YES! A repo is a repo. If you turn the vehicle in to the lender and stop making payments this is called a voluntary repossession. The lender will sell the car and you will be responsible for the difference in what the car sells for and the balance on the loan. It will be reported to all 3 credit bureaus as a default on a loan, and your credit will be ruined for 7 years. You would however save to repo fees such as towing. Do not do this. Call the lender and work something out if possible.
Being a spotter is a helping hand for repo companies. All you need is a drivers license and sometimes a car, Just ask your neighbor hood repo company if they need help finding the units
You may be confused. A repo is an act pursuant to a secured loan, wherein the vehicle is security for the loan. There is no need to use the word "repossession." A repo is only one remedy available to a lender on a secured loan.
Non-payment of loan.
Yes. The terms of the loan were defined when you signed the paper. Most loans state that they can repo the vehicle if the loan is in default and they can declare the loan to be in default at any time after you have failed to meet one or more conditions of the loan. When you didn't pay on time, you were in default. Once you were in default they can repo the vehicle and sell it to dispose of the loan.
pay your bill Paid 3 months back current payment due and bank has issued repo Who can help until can get caught up
how do I get my car back .
Your best bet is to sign up with a forwarding company like Par or a directory service (click the link below). They will help you get found by the banks that are looking for new repo companies.
IF it was the 1st repo on this loan, you should be able to call the LENDER and find out what it will take to redeem the car.
then they take your car and repo it.
repo man looking back at him
If you are in "default" on the loan and your creditor has sent you a repossession notice then they can take it back at any time.
Yes they can
Lets try this; Co.A sells your loan to Co.B for "cash". Now Co.A wants to repo your car? IS that the question? If so, how Co.A got paid is immaterial to you. They could have been paid in widgets as long as Co. A and Co. B were happy. Id Co. A sold with RECOURSE to Co.B and you DEFAULT on the loan, then Co. B will tell Co. A"its back to you now, GO REPO IT". If i understand your question right, the answer is YES.