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the actual balance was $11,300.81, this was early pay off of the vehicle. I was sent a letter saying that the payment that was received was not enough to pay off the existing loan and that I owed a balance of $718.96. I went on line checked the balance of the exsiting loan on line, it showed the balance of $702.66, so I called to verify what the loan balance was. I was told that ,because of interest being applied that day now the balance was $718.96 and that this balance would be good up until the 24th of July. I was told how to send the balance, by Western union, I was given the city code and a state code. and was told to make sure the account # XXXXX on the western Union paper and that I would receive my title in 4 days. I checked the computer daily to see had the amount been posted. it was posted about 2-3 days later , I called also to make sure they had received the money for the $718.96.
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