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They will sue you in court....Win...and garnish any settlements you may be receiving from the government. If they can not garnish any type of payments you receive, they will garnish your tax return, if you get one, or put leins on any property you may own, including other cars, homes, etc. You will be required by law to make monthly payments to the bank, or they have the right to repossess whatever they have a lien on, including that already paid off car, your home, etc.

AnswerALSO: by failing to send the title to the car as agreed when you purchased the car, you are technically guilty of fraud, and you could even be charged in criminal court.
2011-09-13 22:02:17
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