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finance company wants me to pay $7500 for deficency balance!!! Of course, they want all the money now.And they can legally demand it. Can I negotiate for a lower payoff? Certainly you can and should. If so, please give me stratagies or good advice....

  1. 1 best stratagy...CASH
  2. 2 " " well prepared plan to pay off ASAP that you can and will do
  3. 3 IF you can come up with a large CASH settlement, include cleaning up your CR in the offer(remove repo, show loan as PAYOFF, ect)
  4. 4 Use good business sense, if you cant leave out the emotions, hire an attorney to deal for you. This is strictly a business transaction to the finance company.
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Q: Can you negotiate for a lower payoff on a repossession?
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Is there a way to remove the negative information from your credit report if you have had volunteer repossession and paid off the remainder?

Best way to do that is to negotiate the removal as part of the payoff with the lender. Otherwise, not likely because it is part of your credit history.

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