02-28-2013 11:04 AM
I am three months behind on my car loan and they are going to repo my car. My husband told me to hid it at my sister's house so they don't find it, I am never going to get caught up on the payments and he just can't understand. Of course he is worried about ruining his credit Are late payment just as bad as a repo on the credit report or close at least.
02-28-2013 11:45 AM - edited 02-28-2013 11:46 AM
Witnessed first hand.
I had a girlfriend who's mother could not afford to pay her car loan. So she instead gave the car to my girl friend to hide. My girlfriend lived at a friend's house and they thought they could hide the car at my girl friend's unregistered address. They were right. The autolender and the repomen could not find the card.
But a few months later, my girl friend's mom got arrested. I do not know the exact charges, but it was related to the car they were hiding. I think it may have been for grand theft auto. Not really sure.
This happened in Florida back in 2008.
02-28-2013 03:36 PM
A repo is worse from a score standpoint.
03-01-2013 02:25 AM - edited 03-01-2013 02:31 AM
Last night I took everything out of my car and will call them today to come pick it up. Thanks so much for all your help.
03-01-2013 03:16 AM
03-01-2013 03:02 PM
Could you afford the payments going forward if they didn't reposesses? If so, many lenders, including Capitalone have a hardship program. I'd call and see before letting it go.
03-02-2013 12:03 AM
When I bought my vehicle I was making double than what I am making now. I lost my job and it has been rough on us. We are barely getting by now on what my Husband and I are making. It was hard but I know I am making the right decision for us. At least now I can save money so I can pay cash for a car, no more car payments for me. With what I was spending on gas and insurance will go to saving. Riding the city bus will have to do for right now.
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