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What are opinions on car loan elimination?


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2010-03-08 18:41:26
2010-03-08 18:41:26

SCAM SCAM, they ask you for any type of personal information such as social security number, delete it. When you take out a loan on anything, it is in good faith that you will repay the loan. The bank expects this agreement to be honored. There is no such thing as a free lunch and no one is going to payy off your car loan for you. There are other alternatives to help pay off your car that are legit. Some companies will pay you money if you allow them to put their company logo's on your car to advertise their products. I had my car loan paid off in December of 2004 by a company called CLC and since then I've pulled my 3 credit reports and on each one of them it showed Chrysler credit with a zero balance and "paid as Agreed" So, personally, I don't think you are right in calling it a scam. I saved 18 months of payments. What is this company CLC and how can look them up??


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