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How do you become a licensed repo person in the state of Pennsylvania?

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2015-07-15 18:30:31
2015-07-15 18:30:31

by Rich Goldsmith contributed on December 07, 2003, at 00:26am. Last updated on December 08, 2003, at 12:31pm. In Pennsylvania, you contact the Pennsylvania Department of Banking for an application for Licensure Collector-Repossessor. License is required under Title 69 section 601. You have to file an application with a bond of $5,000, a $350 license fee, and fingerprints for a criminal history check. The annual renewal fee $250. The license is issued under the Motor Vehicle Sales Finance Act. Records are required to be maintain on business of collecting payments or installment sale contracts or repossessing motor vehicles. More details are in the Motor Vehicle Sales Finance Act.

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