My bank repossessed my car without any notice; I was only a couple days late. Do I have any recourse?

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mhy
Asked at 2012-09-01 14:14:04
The bank wanted to hold me responsible for a cashier who had claimed that was bad (unbeknownst to me ) . He had refused to pay , but had asked some elements to show my responsibility . Instead , my car repossessed , sold and still expect me to pay the balance of the auto loan . Do I have any rights if not follow due process or as an injured or otherwise ? Note : never provided proof of my responsibility for the cashier's check . "
Answer1MelsissaAnswered at 2012-09-22 09:40:03
They were given a cashier's check that was "bad" ? If so , that's why . Why exactly was the cashier's "bad " ? You are not telling the whole truth .
Answer2WhoAnswered at 2012-11-03 15:50:54
The only way a cashier's check could be "bad" is if payment were stopped on it or it is a forgery. Either way, you ARE responsible to the lender. Why do you think YOU are the "injured party"?
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