Many. Collection costs, storage, repo fees, etc.
Who told you there would be no storage? The lender? the repo co.? Call the LENDER, they have control of the repo company.
You will pay the fees or you will face legal actions and more fees in the attempt to collect the debt. Your best course of action is to pay the storage fees for your personal property--the speakers--and avoid accruing greater debt.
Yes. You are also responsible for repo fees, storage, auction and collection fees. You pay for it all.
As much as the company performing the repo charges.
You have to get current on your payment, plus the repo fees, plus the repo agency storage fees. And you have to do it before the lienholder gets impatient and auctions off the car - once that's done, you're still responsible for the remaining balance.
A car owner has to pay impound and storage fees after repssession because that was their car. The bills are left to the car owner, no one else is going to pay their bills.
the BALANCE DUE at time of repo PLUS repo fees and fees to come later.
To get it back, you pay the amount you are behind or the payoff on the loan, whichever the LENDER wants. AND storage fees.
Yes, usually. As long as you can pay the past due balance plus repo fee & storage fees. However, the lender can demand the ENTIRE balance if they want to. (They generally dont)
The fees related to the repo and sale of the vehicle.You can dispute the fees.
AS far as your credit goes there isn't any a repo is a repo it stays on your credit for seven years.A voluntary repo can save you $200-300 in repo fees .You are still charged all the fees related to preparing the car for auction and auction fees etc. which run between $500-700 and up.And of course that is added to the balance after the the car is sold.