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You got your truck impounded by the police because you had no insurance the bank took it from the cops now 38 days later you have to pay the lapd 1988 to get your truck back if you let it all go how?

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2005-11-09 23:45:10
2005-11-09 23:45:10

It's your credit... If you let the bank keep the car and don't pay the bill your credit will be messed up even more. When you bought the vehicle you agreed to pay the note. If you back out now you're telling the bank and everyone else that your word isn't worth anything. Do you think they'll want to do business with you again?

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