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"both" the bank and repo man?? NOT that I am aware of.

retaking, REPO??? usually charged by lender storage, USUALLY charged by repo co. repair (NOT normally done), sales expenses WHAT did who "SELL"??? READ YOUR CONTRACT. It should govern what you pay to whom.

2015-07-15 18:29:41
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