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I didn't pay the difference. bc no1. you already took the car. so now i have no transportation. no2. you already ruined my credit by putting repossession on there so now the chances of me ever being again to get another car are virtually impossible. and now bc you sold the car less than what it's actually worth, you expect me to make up the difference? why would i pay for a car i no longer have? if i couldn't afford the payment when i had the car, what is the incentive of trying to make a payment on a car i no longer have? so they decided they were going to teach me a lesson and take me to court. so now on top of the repossession, i have a JUDGMENT. well, i signed up with truecredit.com and was able to view all 2 credit reports & credit scores. I disputed all 3 judgments and they were all removed. QUESTIONS: if they notice, can they put it back on? What are the chances of them noticing? MOST IMPORTANTLY!!!!!!!!!! , if i never pay, can they garnish my wages or take my tax refund? Please don't GUESS. please really know what you are talking about! Typically with repossession judgments, how far can they go to get the money?
"Moving on, yes, you are legally obligated to pay the balance left on the loan". YOU ARE ANSWERING THIS QUESTION ohio IF I ASKED IT. I THINK EVERYONE IS MISSING THE POINT OF THE QUESTION. I'm not asking if you think it's politically correct for me to pay the money back. I've already made up my mind about that. I know i'm responsible for the difference. I want to know about the tax refund and the garnishment of the wages. I understand the logistics behind everything. i know that this is protocol for them. I understand all that. none of that matters to me. i just want to make sure my tax refund and my wages are protected from this foolishness.
Your tax fund and wages are not protected....neither is your bank account or for that matter your dentures.....guess what....they sold the car for exactly what it was worth.....otherwise they would have sold it for more...you certainly won't pay it...otherwise you would pay it.....i help you and you help[ me.....how did you get the judgments removed from the credit report? be specific..............presumably you made a few payments on the car with a check....they have your account # and know where you bank....they are probably monitoring you balance...a simple form and the bank freezes the funds for 20 days.....they send you a form and if you can't prove the funds are a necessity you lose that money....by the way, rent and mortgage are not considered necessity so take out the cash and pay bills by money order...probably won't report you again to credit bureau but a judgment is good for 10 years.....after that, it can be renewed for another 10 years for $135.oo
For starters, why did you buy a car that you knew you couldn't afford. Moving on, yes, you are legally obligated to pay the balance left on the loan. Doesn't matter if they sold the car for less than it was worth, they sold it for what they could get. If the amount they got was less than what you owed, you are obligated to pay the difference. If you read your contract, it is spelled out in the section that defines the actions they will take should you default on your loan. If the company decides to go after you, yes, they can garnish wages until they are repaid. It would take a civil suit for them to be able to do this.