My car was repossed and I feel it was wrongfully taken the finance company says I owe them in my calculations I have over paid a tremendous amount , I would like to take them to court I have all receipts for 4 years and the buyers agreement
Okay. Karl Shelton does work for us so we cannot do anything about that. I suggest you make an appointment for a meeting or phone conference with him.
As to the rest of your post, you should redraft it and make a new post with far more facts (you included only your conclusions) as we can only analyze the facts you list. You need to list the underlying facts regarding your conclusion they "wrongfully" repossessed the car. You need to include the facts why you feel you overpaid, including making sure you are taking into account late fees, penalties, legal fees, and the various other charges you agreed to in your financing contract.
You are welcome to call around to other attorneys as well, but expect to pay them for their services. Unlikely this is a situation an attorney will be interested in on contingency.
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