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You want to give back your truck to GMAC but it has a bent fender What would you do?

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2005-09-22 14:15:24
2005-09-22 14:15:24

You need to specify if this is a lease or voluntary repo. You are going to ruin your credit for 7 years, and you are worried about a bent fender? It doesn't matter, they will sell the car anyway. After that you will still be responsible for the difference in what the car sells for and the balance on the note. Voluntary repossession is a stupid idea. Work something out with GMAC.

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