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mellow

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Posted: 06/03/21 07:02am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Best thing you can do is document the problems you have with it, if you have a blog post about how much trouble it is causing you. Let others know about the quality issues. Maybe you will get the manufactures attention.


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Just curious whether there are lemon laws where you live. Perhaps, you could see about being reimbursed, if it is really that bad a product. Sorry, I don't know how you would go about finding out about such things, but you might do some research along these lines. Good luck. I hope you find a solution to your problems.


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Posted: 06/03/21 08:14am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

DMJ8181 wrote:

Respectfully, I've taken great care of it, it's been my HOME for two years. I simply asked CAN THEY REPO IT? As I said, I have other living options, I don't see how my lifestyle is relevant.

The best answer would be from the creditor. Call and ask them.
That said, protecting one's credit is priceless. Get the camper on it's feet and sell it for whatever you can get.

That particular camper is for "weekender" use - not for living in it. You probably have used up most of it's life - time to move on.
Try to make good decisions.


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My deceased father had a ton of problems with his DP Alfa-see-ya. After one year, he quit making payments. He told them to come get it. Problem is, it's not the manufacturer's that are the lenders, That's a third party company that has no clue how to fix these massive problems. They are stuck. Yea. They eventually came and picked up his motor-home. Credit? What did he care? He was retired, collecting a federal pension they couldn't touch. There-in lies your problem. Once the RV is picked up and resold, you can be held responsible for the loss that lender incurs.

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jdc1 wrote:

... Once the RV is picked up and resold, you can be held responsible for the loss that lender incurs.

Don't know if that might apply to RV, but in the wave of post 2007 foreclosures, banks would accepts lower than mortgage settlements, aka short-sale.
Still something that will take talking to the bank and posting on this forum will not resolve it.





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I feel you. I had issues with my old truck and repaid it every year before traveling. It was a real pain for me. Also, there was a case when I needed to repair it fast and didn't have money for that, so I got an auto repair loan. Fortunately, I sold it and bought another truck in better condition.

* This post was edited 07/31/21 05:25am by Cristian123 *

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Aww, I was hoping for some fun news or pics when I saw this one brought back to life....


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Posted: 07/30/21 10:40am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It is the bank's TC (until you pay for it) and if they want to repo it then they can repo it. How is this even a question? This is such a stupid post, and Im being nice saying this. Dumb dumb dumb.

VT is a bit far or I would come repo it for the bank. I would have no problems getting it loaded and to the impound lot.

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Question: Can they?
Answer: Yes

Example of an unusual Repo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89SDmJOPaiw

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grow up, suck it up, act like an adult and stop all the wineing

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