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How do you talk to your creditors about getting your car back?

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2015-07-15 19:30:58
2015-07-15 19:30:58

Like YOU would want to be talked to if you were the lender. However you do it, it has to be done. They have the car. Example: "Ho, my name is ???? and I would like to redeem my car. What are the total charges to bring it current?" Good Luck

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