Do you still have to pay car payment to the car dealership if your car was a write off?
It depends. Normally, if you car was repossessed, the finance company will "write off" the balance, but that does not mean you don't have to pay it. The company normally sells the car at an auction and you owe any deficiency balance. In other words, if you owe $10,000 on the car and it only sells for $6000, you will owe the $4000 difference.
Yes, Because then they would be responsible for taking care and paying for the car. The slang term "upside down" refers to when you owe more than the car is worth. If you sell a car to anyone (including a dealership) for less than you owe you would be the one responsible for paying the difference. The dealership will verify with the fiance company what payment is required to release the lien. For example if…
How can you stop a creditor from harassing you if he sold you a car that hasn't passed GA state emissions?
You can't. If the credit agency was also the car dealership, they must get that car to pass emissions. Most likely, the credit company is not the car dealership. Failing to pay will ruin your credit and possibly get your car hauled away. I would get in direct contact with the dealership and if they refuse contact the attorney general's office. Make the payment though, it is legally required.