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Do lenders prefer making arrangements for payments on a repo or prefer garnishing your wages?

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2015-07-15 18:37:33
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Look at it this way, they "made arrangemnets" when you bought the car. You couldnt/didnt pay then while you HAD the car. So why will you pay on your own when you DONT have the car. Likely they will garnishee.

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