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Need a loan release on my vehicle

Need a loan release on my vehicle.I have not been able to speak with anyone.Please help me phone listed does it work

User's recommendation: Don’t consider dealing with them.

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my name is Elizabeth and did buy a car in this company, and I received a letter from a Collection Agency asking me for 600 , they said the Household sold my account to this agency, is that right, I sent a letter to this agency and I asked for debt validation, can you tell me how can I get mi title, thanks. I buy this car on 1999 is was used car(98)thank you for help. 2 years ago my husband got sick (cancer) and I was behind of my payments and I talked to them and I had arrangments for payments and paid 200 monthly , and the debt was 600.oo
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Orlando, Florida

They Repo'd my car!!!

After they repo'd the car....they auctioned it off and that should be the end of it. Well, this was in 2001- it all of a sudden popped up on my credit report 07-07. I was trying to get a harley and this info pulled up. I am not happy!!! They let another company purchase the debt and so it looks like a brand new loan on my credit report and its not. The old one should have rolled off already. I do not recommend this company to anyone and if anyone has any recommendations for me- please post them -thankyou
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thats awesome,, you let your car get repoed and then you want to go out and buy a harley.. and then you get on a website and complain about how you are having trouble getting financed.. you are my idol


the debt stay whether another company buys it or not until it is off. 7-10 years it stays if it is paid, but otherwise it will follow you. Doesn't sound like you should be buying a Harley...........


I agree with Reg, if you need a Harley so bad you should pay your bills. You are never just done with a repo, it will go on your credit.


You need to contact the credit reporting agency and dispute the debt. Because it is illegal for a company to report old debt as new debt to keep it on your report longer than the required 5 to 7 years depending on your state law


Maybe if you had kept up the payments, you wouldn't be in this situation. Sounds like you are the problem here.

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