Asked in Civil Lawsuits
Before taking your case does a lawyer have the right to request you pay half the cost upfront and the remaining balance within 2 weeks?
Asked in Repossession
My car was repo. and what happens when i can't pay the difference. can i make payments instead paying it all back at once?
You can negotiate payments, but I always recommend saving at least 30% percent of the remaining balance and negitiating a settlement. Get everything in writing before making your negotiated final payment. Then request a letter stating that the account is now "Paid in Full", instead of "Settled for less". Very important that you request this, so that they do not sell the remaining balance to a third party collection agency. ...
Asked in Repossession
How does the remaining balance in a vehicle repossession case get solved?
Once the vehicle is repoed, if it is not redeemed, the vehicle is sold at auction. This purchase price is applied to the debt. The problem is, the repossession procedure can add much more to the balance owed. So, there is likely to be a remaining balance, and it could be higher than was originally owed on the loan before the vehicle was repoed. In cases where a balance remains, the lender may decide to take legal action and sue the...
After the car is auctioned can you make payments for the remaining balance?
ONLY if the lender agrees to doing so. After all, you agreeded to make make payments on the car once before. ...
Application letter regarding installment payment of tuition fee?
I "your name" "your id number" , as "your course". I am writing this letter to request for the examination, that i have failed to pay this semester before the shedule of my examination day. I failed to attended the exam because "your reason" During that,i also have financial problem so that i can`t pay my tuition on time. But i really hope that you undertand my situation and let me take up a special exam. i apologize again for the...
In regards to the question if you volunteer a reposession do you have to pay off your car loan what happens if you can't pay that balance?
Voluntary Repossession Once this vehicle has been auctioned off, the remaining balance that is left on this loan will be your responsibility to pay off. You can contact this collection agency once you receive a new statement of this balance. Usually the two options that you have is either make monthly payments or you can negotiate a settlement. Your best bet is to save anywhere from 30-50% of the remaining balance, and settle. Get everything in writing before making a final payment....
Asked in Social Network Websites, Facebook
How do you find out if anyone is searching for you on facebook before you become a member?
There is no way to know if people have searched for you before or after you have joined Facebook aside from asking them upfront. ...
Asked in Credit and Debit Cards
What are 0 credit cards, and where can I learn more?
0% credit cards allow you to charge to your card for up to 18 months with no interest. However, after the 18 months, the interest on the remaining balance is huge. You should only get this card if you can pay off the balance in full before the 0% rate expires. ...
Asked in Personal and Payday Loans, How To
How to tell if an online payday loan application site is legit?
The best way to get a payday loan is at a physical location, but if you must apply for one online, here are some tips to avoid possible internet payday loan scams. Never use sites that request to pay upfront before receiving a loan, request payment via wire transfer, or lack working telephone numbers and address. ...
Asked in Divorce Documents
Can you request counseling sessions before signing divorce papers?
You can request anything. In most cases, your spouse would have to agree before counseling could begin. ...
Asked in Physics
Why it is important to determine the rest point of the triple beam balance before using it?
You need to set the balance to zero before using it because it affects the accuracy of the measurement. Ideally, you should set the balance to zero before each weighing. ...
What is the difference tween trial balance before closing and the trial balance after closing?
before we find gross profit ,after we got net profit
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Repossession
Do you still owe for car returned before repossession?
Unfortunately yes what the bank or creditor will do is sell the car most likely at auction for "X" amount. you end up liable for the difference between what they sell it for and the remaining balance of the loan. ...
Are there any free modeling agencies?
Legitimate and reputable modeling agencies are free and do not charge any upfront fees to its models. Nor do they "sell" classes, training sessions, or portfolios. If you come across an agency that tries to get you to pay upfront before signing a contract, they are not legit. ...
If my mom dies and wills me her estate and owes the government money any balance remaining am i responsible to pay her debt after death if she willed to me?
She can only leave you what she has. If there are bills, they have to be settled before you can get anything. If the value of the debts is higher than the assets, there is nothing for you to get. ...
What evidence does the judge request before sentencing a person?
The judge does not request any "evidence." What they request is the background and criminal history (if any) of the defendant appearing before them for sentencing so that they may make an appropriate judgment on the harshness or leniency of the sentence they will impose. ...
Asked in iPhone, iPod, iPod Touch
How do you convince your parents into getting you the ipod touch that you want and that you will pay yourself but you wanted somthing before that that you said you will pay your self but you did not?
By giving them the money for it upfront
Asked in Ancient History, Roman Empire
If you have been before the same judge several times on different matters can you request a new judge?
If you have been before the same judge on different matters can you request a new judge on your new case? ...
Asked in Repossession
When can a car be legally repossed?
After 60 days on non-payment. I always reccommend to do return the vehicle to the lender yourself. It looks better on your credit as a self repossesion. Then once the vehicle is auctioned off and sold, you will be left with a remaining balance. Save at least .10 cents on the dollar or 30% of the balance in a savings account. Once this is saved, call the creditor/lender and negotiate a settlement. Get the agreed amount in writing that same day...