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A first payment default , is when a bank calls the loan on your car because you are late on the first payment, 30 days or not, actually acording to your service agreement you are late like 4 days after the due day. they take it as a personal insult when you miss the first payment, also as a sign of things to come. usually if the repossess your car for a first payment default they will not give it back if you catch the payment. they will call for the full balence on the note and send the car to auction. Check out www.stoptheRepoman.com for other answers like this.

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