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How do you get your car back from a repo when you are only 3 days late?

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2015-07-15 19:52:53
2015-07-15 19:52:53

You pay the LENDER what you are behind and the repo fee and go get it.

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It is done in time not money i.e. days late.Generally 30-45 days late triggers a repo but they can repo after one day late.

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In many states it only has to be 30 days late. 7 mos. is more than time req'd in any.

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Yes, and no. Yes, if you are able to get it back, I'd say go for it, but as you have no written contract, no, you can't prove anything.


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