Posts: 14
Registered: ‎08-26-2007

Cap One account....need help

Had an auto loan with Cap. one that was repossessed. After they sold the vehicle they sent letter to us that balance is $3326. That is also what shows on CR's. Account has now been sold to Northstar CA. They are showing that the balance is $5480.44 because of fees and interest. Can they charge interest after the vehicle is sold, and what fees can they add? Trying to PFD, but I am thinking that maybe I should DV at this point??? What do you think?
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Posts: 2,340
Registered: ‎04-08-2008

Re: Cap One account....need help

Yes..they can charge fees...I have a CA...LVNV Funding who charges fees EVERY can send them a DV...then offer a DV...if they verify...
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