If they tell u your car will be repo on Monday ...How long will take the truck 2come get it?and does it have a tracking on it.

Asked by Jan 26, 2018 at 01:06 PM about the Toyota Camry

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48,185

You should contact the loan originator right away and work out a new payment schedule. Having a car repo'd will cost you a ton of money and a lot of that does not go to the loan, not to mention the impact on your credit history.

82,755

There may be a tracking device on it. It is illegal to hide the vehicle from the repo man.

48,185

Don't mess with the Repo Man, you don't know they got in the trunk. /s

12,705

You're jeopardizing ur credit by letting it get to that point instead of working it out with the bank

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