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Brandon, yes, the lender can refuse payment. That usually means you have waited toooo long to get any help from the lender. As for the catching up the notes,that question should be answered by the LENDER. You neeed to talk to the lender NOW. Good Luck

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Q: Can a payment on a delinquent or repo car be refused by the creditor and if so will it be a waste of money to get payments caught up?
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