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2014-02-26 17:28:41
2014-02-26 17:28:41

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This is in the REPO section so:

An item, or vehical that is Repoed will be repaired and sold or just sold.

In most cases the person who the item is repoed from is responsible for the remaining loan amount, fees and costs incured in the repo and sale proccess. This includes damage repairs or fees related to damage.

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