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Will a lender settle with you if you give up your car?

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2006-08-18 17:09:20
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Some will work out a deal, but recognize that they will auction the vehicle and receive far less than it's worth, then they will charge administration fees and anything left will be charged back to you. You'd be better off if you went to the lender, let them know what you're trying to do, then sell the vehicle yourself. You'll be able to get more money that way and if the bank knows that you're planning to pay them back they may actually work with you... but they aren't required. Defaulting on a vehicle loan can be expensive and a financial disaster.

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It gets repossessed. You can contact the lender and see if they will do a voluntary repossession where you give them the car or they will at some point do an involuntary where the repo man shows up and takes the car. Answer Wash the car and show up at the dealership. Get a ride home.


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If you notified the lender, no. Be sure to fax proof of the bankruptcy to the lender. You also need to let them know approximately when you will be notifiying them as to what you plan to do.. reafirm the balance ( continue to pay) or give up the car. Good luck!


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Gpysy, they have about a year to come get it. LOL Most wait until you are 90 days late to give you a chance to come up with MONEY and keep the car.



No what he did is called assault.....is this a repo co. or a private individual? If your car is up for repo the police will not arrest you it is a civil matter between you and the lender.


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people failed to settle in Roanoke island, though people did not give up to settle on the "new world" so, people wanted to settle in Virginia.


Thats a personal decision for YOU to make. You likely will have to pay for any defiencey balance if you give it up.


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It is true but not likely. The normal is to file a writ of REPLEVIN. The court has the sheriff come to get the car or YOU if you cant/wont produce the car. Just give it up and avoid all the extra charges ect.


two choices here. they have the VIN mixed up with yours OR they have purchased the loan contract from the original lender. Contact the lender and find out.



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