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Under state law, where a consumer's default consists of nonpayment, a creditor may not take possession of the collateral (e.g., motor vehicle) without first providing the consumer with one notice of right to cure per 12-month period.I don't see where it defines "creditor" as business or private. Heres the pH # to the AG, call and get a real legal opinion.Consumer Complaint Line - in Denver and Out of State - 303-866-5189

Consumer Complaint Line - Outside of Denver but in Colorado - 1-800-222-4444

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