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After they repo'd the car....they auctioned it off and that should be the end of it.Well, this was in 2001- it all of a sudden popped up on my credit report 07-07.

I was trying to get a harley and this info pulled up. I am not happy!!! They let another company purchase the debt and so it looks like a brand new loan on my credit report and its not.

The old one should have rolled off already.I do not recommend this company to anyone and if anyone has any recommendations for me- please post them -thankyou

Monetary Loss: $12.

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Anonymous
#65824

thats awesome,, you let your car get repoed and then you want to go out and buy a harley.. and then you get on a website and complain about how you are having trouble getting financed.. you are my idol

Anonymous
Krasnoobsk, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation #13863

the debt stay whether another company buys it or not until it is off. 7-10 years it stays if it is paid, but otherwise it will follow you. Doesn't sound like you should be buying a Harley...........

Anonymous
Woodside, New York, United States #5830

I agree with Reg, if you need a Harley so bad you should pay your bills. You are never just done with a repo, it will go on your credit.

Anonymous
West Harrison, New York, United States #5778

You need to contact the credit reporting agency and dispute the debt. Because it is illegal for a company to report old debt as new debt to keep it on your report longer than the required 5 to 7 years depending on your state law

Anonymous
Flat Rock, Michigan, United States #3368

Maybe if you had kept up the payments, you wouldn't be in this situation. Sounds like you are the problem here.

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