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What does no finance charges on a loan mean for me?

Indianapolis, IN |
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i have a car loan, and I received paperwork from finance company stating that can't charge me finance charges because that section on the loan agreement was not signed. I have had my car for 4 yrs now. I bought it for $16,995 and after 4 yrs they are still saying I owe them over $10,000. They also state that I have two more years to pay on this loan. I have had my care since 4/2007 and my payments are $409. Should this care be paid off or at least almost paid off?

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Yes. Basic math says that if you've been paying $409 a month for 48 months, you've already paid over $19K for this car that supposedly had a price of $17K. You signed a loan you didn't read or understand. Read it now. Then take it to a consumer lawyer in your area.

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