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As long as you haven't signed the contract, you will just have to find other financing.

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Q: What happens if you contact a finance company about your car loan they will be financing and tell them know you don't want them to finance it?
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What happens if car dealer lies to finance company?

who the hell noes that?


What happens if you no longer have the car and the finance company trying to repossess?

Someone has the car and the finance company has a lien on it. Any sale would have been fraudulent.


What happens if you have a clean title and loan is secured can finance company still repossess?

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What happens if you part out a financed car?

You still owe the finance company the balance owed.


What should you do if you have never received the paperwork on your car loan and it has been 6 months and you still don't know where to send your payments?

It's your obligation to have that paperwork and your obligation to contact the car dealership and/or the credit lender and have them send it to you. If you fall behind on payments, you won't be able to use the excuse that no one sent you paperwork. Call the dealership where you purchased the car, ask for the finance person. The finance person should be able to pull your paperwork and see which company did the financing and give you the number to call. There was obviously an error done somewhere if you have not heard from anyone yet. Call soon before something happens. Call the dealership where you purchased the car, ask for the finance person. The finance person should be able to pull your paperwork and see which company did the financing and give you the number to call. There was obviously an error done somewhere if you have not heard from anyone yet. Call soon before something happens!!!


If a car on finance is stolen and insurance pays out but then the car is recoverd what happens to the car?

It belongs to the insurance company


What happens if the car gets stolen and its still on finance?

You will still owe the finance company the balance of your finance note. Hopefully you have full coverage insurance. If you do have full coverage, the Comprehensive portion of your policy will generally pay off the finance company up to the insured limits (usually the remaining market value) of your insured auto.


What happens to a vehicle if the financial company says they don't want it and they sue the owner for remaining balance after repossession and sale?

If the finance company has sold it, you have you answer. How can you be so stupid?


When a car loan company go out of business what happens to your loan?

You continue to pay it as normal because your loan is thru a bank not the actual company, if your financing thru there company then you should be going thru a bank now.


When a firm initially substitutes debt for equity financing what happens to the cost of capital and why?

According to the balance sheet and the optimal capital structure and the current balance sheet, when an organization makes substitutes the company's equity for financing all of the cost for the capital is prone to decrease particularly when the company's cost of their debt appears to be lower with the cost of the company's equity.


What happens if your car gets stolen and you have no insurance and the car is on finance?

The finance company will want to be paid in full if they find out it's stolen. The responsibility to satisfy the loan falls on you seeing that you failed to maintain insurance.


What happens if someone sues you because they fell on your property?

Contact your homeowner's insurance company immediately and notify them of your situation.

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