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I am afraid legally those fees are valid
but often can be negotiated for a reduction
and possible refinancing of the loan terms
if you can show hardship
They do not want to drive you into bankruptcy
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Wouldnt that be a wrongful reposession since the payments were taking out of our account when they were scheduled and on time?