consequences?? you still have to pay the balance due after the lender sells it at auction. NOT good. options??? Better idea. SELL the car,get all you can and pay the difference then even if you have to borrow the money. It will be much cheaper than idea above and you will reduce the payments,still have good CR. takes a little time, work with the lender but a MUCH better idea. MERRY Christmas
Don't understand what you mean by the phrase, "...voluntary have it returned..." However, as long as the primary indebted party is current in their payments there would be no reason for the loan company to contact you for payments.
Not sure about U.S.A. loans, but in Canada, if you pay extra towards your mortgage, the entire payment goes towards the principle only. This is, of course, assuming that your mortgage agreement doesn't state otherwise, and that you are current in your regular required payments.
Not as long as the payments are current and have remained so.
You pay it in full and stay current in future payments until the child support order ends.You pay it in full and stay current in future payments until the child support order ends.You pay it in full and stay current in future payments until the child support order ends.You pay it in full and stay current in future payments until the child support order ends.
Back payments yes, forward payments must be kept current.
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Yes, but it depends on what stage of repossession your in; this includes past due payments, current balance, days last paid, bankruptcy, charged off or defaults, and also many other factors. The easiest way to find out is to ask them. Beware, they may say that you are safe for repossession but still send your account into collections.
As long as the contract is NOT in default, NO. Read the contract. Payments current, ins. current, no other defaults?
No...if you are completely current...and have nothing owing from previous months..again no.
Yes. The financial insitution will typically call you to set up a time to pick up the vehicle or have you drop it off if you do not intend to reaffirm the debt. They are not allowed to call you to ask for payment, but can ask for the vehicle. You can, however, continue to make voluntary payments on the vehicle and they will not repo it if you keep it current. If you do reaffirm the debt, that means that you intend to keep the vehicle and will continue to make payments on the vehicle, meaning that they are allowed to contact you about making payments.
YES, you can include it whether the payments are current or not.