I have possession. I surrendered the plates.
I am not sure I know how to go about that. Further, I know it is worth much less than the bank note. The interest rate was extensive. If I sell the car and pay down the loan will the interest drop?
I do not think so
20,318.35 - owed. The price was about 12,000. I doubt it was worth that. The care is a 2011 Toyota Camey
Currently I am unemployed. I was working part time ( I disclosed that to the dealer) when I signed for the car with the intention that the job would work out for my son and he will pay the note.
The home is my husbands. This is not an option. My son is from my first marriage. To be honest my husband has no idea I got myself in this situation. I know this is quite difficult
Our car - that is my husband and mine is in our name. It is 2005 Hyundai
no lien an no loan. Market value I am not sure. We purchased it about 5 years ago for around 12,000.
No there is not judgement. Payment is due on the 3rd. My son was making payments prior, but he lost that income and the job he was expecting did not come through. So no judgement. My credit is not poor...I would not say it is good enough to preserved although I would have preferred to build it as oppose to totally destroy it.
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