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#129 of 138 Re: American Honda Financial [hondauser2]
Jan 04, 2011 (9:11 am)
For how long did you finance the car - 48 mos, 60 mos, or 72 mos? If you only had a year or two left to pay off the car, that stinks.
Jan 05, 2011 (5:17 pm)
This doesn't fit the discussion, but thought I'd give it a shot here.
A reporter is looking to interview the victim of a tow truck scam: someone who has had their car towed illegally, has had their car held hostage due to extremely high fees, has been approached by a town truck they didn't call for help, etc. Please send your daytime contact information to predmunds.com no later than Jan 6, 2011.
Aug 31, 2011 (11:15 am)
I was out of work for a year and half and during that time capital one moved three payments to the end of the loan. My loan matured and they wanted every cent due at once well I had just started working and tried to work out a payment plan to no avail. They repossed the truck from the train station while I was at work for 2437.00 I redemmed the truck by paying off the balance but they put it as a charge off on my credit the same month I paid it off. is that legal
#132 of 138 lot responsibility
May 02, 2013 (6:42 pm)
decided to get my repoed trk back, but before i pay the past due and repo fees do i have the chance to see if truck is in the condition it was in when repoed? its in a lot in Oklahoma city, i live in enid. do they have to keep it in side or can it stay out side in a lot. if it has severe storm damage can i just forget it and deal with them selling it and dealing with the balances later are they responsible to keep it in good condition
#134 of 138 20 years - car loan?
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Jul 15, 2013 (2:01 pm)
A reporter would like to talk to a car buyer in his/her 20s who has a 72-month or longer term auto loan. If you would like to share your story, please send your daytime contact information to predmunds.com no later than Tuesday, 7/16/13 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET.
#135 of 138 What happenes AFTER a repo?
Jul 22, 2013 (4:37 pm)
We are thinking of doing a voluntary repo with our van. It's finaced through Wells Fargo. We owe more than what its worth. What I want to know is what happens after that? Do they garnish his wages? Im not worried about the credit report at this point, but really want to know if they are going to take us to court and sue or have our wages garnished. Or do they give you a certain time frame to pay it back?
#136 of 138 Re: What happenes AFTER a repo? [tabathavm]
Jul 23, 2013 (6:22 am)
In all likelihood, they could come after you for the difference but usually someone who can't pay the car loan doesn't have anything to go after. So banks don't usually do that. But if they do not come after you, I believe any difference between the outstanding loan amount and value of the car will be a "debt forgiven", and you'll then have to claim that as income on your taxes. The IRS doesn't care.
#137 of 138 Re: What happenes AFTER a repo? [tabathavm]
Jul 23, 2013 (10:52 am)
interesting question. I worked in the car business a few years and lots of car buyers would roll the negative equity of the trade-in into the loan on the new one.
So I would guess that banks have lots of loans like yours and if they make no effort to collect them that could add up to lots of money.
#138 of 138 Re: What happenes AFTER a repo? [jproc]
Jul 23, 2013 (12:36 pm)
Yea we have looked into that but it wouldn't lower our payments. We owe 17295 on a 2007 odyssey exl.