My car was taken last night by Toyota Financial Services, but what can I do to stop them from auctioning my Camry in 15 days?

Asked 11 months ago - Henrico, VA

I am unemployed, but waiting on someone to tell me my orientation date so I can start my position "that night." I was at this job when I purchased my 2006 Camry in 2008. It is a weekly position. The company changed their name, but everything else remained the same. When I left my position and went to another company in 2008, that company laid off in 2009 and I have been having difficulties with finding employment, but I know going back to the first job I will be fine again on my payments and bills. I will like to know what options can I take in order to keep my car from being sold? Toyota wants $6,000 or over from me and my car note was supposed to be paid off next September. Should I wait for the letter from Toyota that will explain how much I need to pay and then find a attorney?

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  1. Christine B. Adams

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    Answered . You have asked this question a few times. Call a Bankruptcy attorney if you want to get the car back,

  2. Robert J Adams Jr.

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    Answered . I am assuming you can't raise $6,000 within a few days. File a Chapter 13 then you can repay the debt over a reasonable period of time.

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