This Repossession Removal Letter will assist you in the process of removing a repossession from your credit report. Please keep in mind that, removing a repossession from your credit report may seem to be a daunting task, but it is possible. You just need to meet a certain set of criteria. Lenders will consider your payment habits of different loan types. They will do this when deciding whether to lend money to you.
What Happens During a Repossession?
During a repossession, your property is rightfully and lawfully seized and sold to repay all or part of your debt; or at least it should be. The creditor has to lawfully follow state rules that apply to repossession. Most states require the creditor to notify you of what they will do with your property.
According to the Federal Trade Commission:
“Some states impose rules about how your creditor may repossess the vehicle and resell it to reduce or eliminate your debt. Creditors that violate any rules may lose other rights against you, or have to pay you damages.”
Also, during the repossession proceedings, if your property is at auction, you may have the right to attend and bid on your property. While this may not be the optimal choice, you may be able to buy back your items and settle your debts.
You may also have the opportunity to buy back your vehicle or other property for the full amount owed before it goes to auction. You would be wise to research repo laws, as they apply to your specific state.
Removing a Repossession from Your Report
These are the steps to removing a repossession from your report. First, you want to ask the credit bureau(s) to verify your debt, by mailing a dispute letter to them (not online). You will wait until the credit bureau responds with a resolution, preferably in your favor. Once they respond saying the item(s) have “been verified” then you want to ask them for their method of verification. Then, you send out this Repossession Removal Letter to the credit bureaus. Don’t forget to send a copy of your I.D and proof of residence with your dispute letter(s).
Keep careful records of all your communication you have with the credit bureaus and collection agencies.
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