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When your vehicle was stolen a repo guy came to take it told him it was stolen and filed for bankruptcy and since then 4 yrs have passed you never heard from repo guy again can they still repossess yo?

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2005-09-23 12:20:27
2005-09-23 12:20:27

What exactly are they going to repo,you the vehicle was stolen and you no longer have it right, come on use the thing attached to your kneck.

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