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The finance company has to have a contract signed by you. If they change something it has to be initialed by the customer. Unfortunatly, to fight this you would need to contact a lawyer which would probably cost more than $300.

It is absolutely wrong for them to change a legal document after the fact of it being signed by the customer, but I have never seen a contract that actually states a grace period for repossession.

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