The law says the lender cant keep your PP so they have to get it out to return it to you. If the lender sold your repoed car with your PP in it it, that would be "conversion" of your property. My car wasn't sold and I did get it back but I don't understand what right they had going through my car and trunk the very first day and leaving my registration and insurance card thrown on the floor. When I asked them about it, they said they were looking for weapons or drugs. Isn't it bad enough that they took my car at 11:50 pm and charged me $35.00 for an entire day of storage on top of the $350.00 repo fee? I feel that this was a violation of my privacy. In most states they are REQUIRED to go through your car, inventory and remove the personal property, and store it in a secure place. Not until your 10 days have past to "redeem" your car if you are in one of those states. In some states, that right to redeem is a "right to cure" period of 20 days BEFORE it is repossessed.
The active towing company will need REPO insurance and REPO agents. And some REPO clients.
No because your Employer is dead. I killed him.
I'm in NJ and pay 100 per repo, 50 for vol, I also pay close fees to my agents
Only if they can otherwise carry a firearm. Being a repo man does not, in and of itself mean you can carry a firearm. Many repo agents get carry permits or register themselves as bounty hunters.
YES, it is true in ANY state EXCEPT CA and FL.,there if its on the hook or in the agents control, its a repo.
not at all somtimes its better too use one as intemedation
NO. Have him arrested if he did that. _____ Sue the lender/bank do not waste your time with the Repo guys; they are agents of the bank so the bank is responsible for their conduct.
Ohio does not licsense recovery agents as a profession. See
An unlawful repo is a theft. Hence it would be handled as such. But most repo companies have the documentation to show they have the right, whether you feel so or not, to take possession of the vehicle. In fact, in most jurisdicitions they advise the police of it before, or right after, attempting the repo. What good would an unlawful repo do someone...they couldn't get title?
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As a nyc repo man myself there really aren't any certificates for repo agents, If you use a tow truck then you need a cdl lic. If you are just an investigator no other license other than a NYS Drivers license is needed
Yes, it is true that repossession agents must verify VINs before taking a vehicle. They have to be certain that they have the correct vehicle.
Only if they do not have the correct paperwork from the finance company whom has the right to repo the vehicle.
Contact a few agents in your area if they do not sell this product they will likely be able to refer you to an agent that does.
Only if they have a permit or if they are commissioned officers of some kind. Most are not officers, but private businessmen.
You have the right to pay for the car. You have the right to pay the repo fees. You have the right to being sued.
Vehicles in Louisiana may only be repossessed by vol repo. That is the holder of the car must voluntarily release the vehicle. Repo agents in Louisiana may not engage in self help repossession.
Repossession agents are not typically paid a salary, nor are they typically paid hourly. Repossession is a per unit business. That is, the repo man is paid by the vehicles he recovers. Amounts vary by the individual business.
NO repo agents are not certified in VA but to be a private eye you would have to be certified by the state a VA
No. If they do, they are trespassing and you can have them arrested.
YES, they are allowed to by law and usually the contract you sign gives that in writing.
One can find them in the phone book under Collateral Recovery or one can find them delivering repos to auto auction.
== == Look in the Telephone directory for " Repo Companies " and make some phone calls to them.
NO, but you can get it repaired. Do you have any proof that it was the repo that damaged it?
== == Each states code specifies what must be in the "right to cure" letter sent before a repo.