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dwash
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I went through a divorce, my ex did not pay for a vehicle...

I went through a divorce, my ex did not pay for a vehicle that we both signed for.  The bank is no longer in business.  Could I have the experian inquire into the account for possibly having it removed, and would this possibly work.
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Tuscani
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Re: I went through a divorce, my ex did not pay for a vehicle...

Afraid not. You are equally liable.
 
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monro411
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Re: I went through a divorce, my ex did not pay for a vehicle...

I would think that you could do a GW to whoever has the account
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TexMontana
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Re: I went through a divorce, my ex did not pay for a vehicle...

I settled the account for the ex- And they full-well knew the situation. The car was repoed from HIS house, sent copies of the decree, etc, etc. I did send a GW rexplaining everything - including how I paid the difference between what the POS car sold for at auction and what was owed on it. I'm still waiting to hear. (HSBC)
" I like to live as a poor man, with a lot of money." - Pablo Picasso (who was a jerk.)
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kims
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Re: I went through a divorce, my ex did not pay for a vehicle...

I feel your pain :smileymad:
 
Same thing here, the ex not taking care of her business, hopefully the CA has hung themselves with what they've been doing since I sent 2 DV requests.  The OC on the repo was HSBC.
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TexMontana
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Re: I went through a divorce, my ex did not pay for a vehicle...

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Dear HSBC Auto Finance,
 
ARG!:smileymad:
 
Sincerely and forever yours,
 
TexMontana


Message Edited by TexMontana on 07-20-2007 05:02 PM
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