My car was repossessed, I didn't receive any written notice that my car would be repossessed. After repossession I never received any documentation about the repossession, I had to call to find out where my car was to retrieve my personal items from the car and once the car was sold I received a paper that looked like anyone could have typed it up stating that the car was sold with a deficiency remaining. Now the car company is sueing me for that deficiency.
Unfortunately, no. But, I would retain a lawyer to defend the deficiency case and investigate whether they have violated any consumer protection laws in their collection efforts.
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