yes You are obligated, under the terms of the original loan, to keep the lending instittion informed of your current address or where the vehicle is parked at night if it's not at your home. Once the lending institution has taken the paperwork to the courts and received a judgment, the vehicle is theirs and anything you do to prevent them from getting back their vehicle is considered theft. To save yourself a lot of trouble, just pay off the note and demand the title, or give them the vehicle.
YOU are responsible for the debt that is secured by the "stolen" car. Be sure to make a police report on the 'stolen" car.
Report it stolen.
RepossessionCall your local dispatching service for your law enforcement. The Repo man is required to report the repo immediately to them. You could also call the bank or company that has financed your loan. In Illinois, we are required to report repossessions immediately to the police. In some cities, the police want to know BEFORE we repossess. So when you call your local P.D. to report your car stolen, they can let you know if the car has been repossessed.
i would report it stolen. if the payments are made the loan company can and probably will come after you for the money. If you report it stolen to the cops you can at least report it to the insurance company and the loan company and that should remove your responsibility.
If it is really stolen by someone and not simply in possession of the lendee. The owner of the vehicle is the only one who can report a vehicle stolen, not the lender. But if the car is taken to the tow companys and yard and is now "missing" then the tow company can report the missing car since they had it in their possession. The first place the police will come to though is your house. The police will not come to your house it is a civil matter.The tow company cannot report the vehicle stolen it is not their vehicle to report stolen.
Call the police department of the city/town from which the vehicle was towed. Repo companies MUST report the license tag number of repossessed vehicles so that if the owner calls to report them stolen the police will not enter them into the stolen vehicle database.
You should report the theft immediately to the police and to the car owner's insurance company.
If the repossession occurred in a state that does not permit self-help repossession, report the car stolen; it cannot be legally repossessed. Louisiana and Wisconsin are two of these states. If you can show legal possession of the vehicle, and on time payment, report the car stolen. It cannot be legally repossessed in any state unless the debt is delinquent. If you do not wish to involve LEO's immediately, contact the private party who "repossessed" the vehicle and explain that if it is not returned within a reasonable amount of time, that you will report the vehicle stolen and give his name as the party responsible. There is no legal "personal reason" for repossessing a vehicle.
The tow/repossession company has to notify the police of the repossession so the car can't be reported stolen..
Absolutely, if their car is not returned when stated in the rental agreement, the car is and will be reported stolen.
ask a cop to run the license plate on their computer If it is still in your possession, it has not been stolen and anyone who files a police report saying it has been is commiting a crime. However, if it has already been repossessed and disappears from the storage lot, it HAS been stolen and the lender or repo agent will report it.
You can. They probably won't do anything. Call the loan company to see where you can get your things or they will mail them to you.
If you aren't hiding it and they didn't repossess it then it has been stolen. Call the police and report that your truck has been stolen.
You send them a certified letter demanding return of the car within 3 days. If no response, report it stolen.
In most states a repossessor must notify the police when they repossess a car. Contact the police to file the report and they will know if it was properly repossessed.
If you want to be charged with making a false report on top of losing your car. If it has been repossessed legally, you have no real claim on it and aren't supposed to find it. Pay what is owed on it and whoever has it must produce the car.
Call the cops. File a report. Call your insurance company.
Only if the car was actually stolen. Nonpayment isn't theft (a criminal matter), it's a civil matter.
Report it to the card company as stolen, as soon as possible ! You are liable for all transactions on your card - unless you report it stolen. Once reported, your liability for any further transactions ceases.
Only if you did not purchase this car. nor signed a written contract.
It is you duty to report it as soon as you discover the theft. If for any reason you can not do this, then you should do so as soon as you reasonably can. Failure to report the theft immediately may be taken into account by the insurance company considering any claim you may make for the stolen vehicle.
You can report it to the police.
Yes. If a customer refuses to return a rental car, the company may report it as stolen. The police will come looking for it (and you), and you may be charged with grand theft auto. The company will consider this an extreme step, and they will try to negotiate with you before doing this because it's a huge hassle for the company.