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What happens after the remaining balance is sent to an attorney because no payments were made?

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2004-07-28 13:13:14
2004-07-28 13:13:14

JP, the attorny's job is to collect the balance. S/he may exercise any of the Lenders legal options to do so. Those may include garnishment of your wages, attachment of your property, ect. As for your other question, credit reports are NOT easy to get corrected. An attorney could challenge your CR, but how would you prove that your car wasnt repoed? Its fairly easy, either you have it in your possession OR the lender has it and/or sold it. Maybe I dont understand your line of thinking.

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