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If you pay the amount due before your car is reposessed can the creditors deny you the right to pay the debt and still take the vehicle?

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2015-07-15 19:30:26
2015-07-15 19:30:26

Its a GAMBLE to see how long you can wait to pay. If the lender sends the repo order out on Thursday, you pay after businnes hours on Friday, you will likely lose the car and the money before Monday morning. Then you have repo charges to pay to get the car back. Dont Gamble.

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