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Did Valley National Bank reposses your vehicle in the past 6 years?
If so, your consumer rights may have been violated by the bank.

Whether you were behind on your auto loan payments or not, Valley National Bank is required to follow the law before and after the repossession of your vehicle. If you have any questions, gather your documents and contact us for a no-cost evaluation today, toll-free at: 888-668-1225.

Victims of Unlawful Vehicle Repossessions have Rights

We all know that when a borrower falls behind on payments or breaks the terms of an auto loan agreement, the lender is entitled to repossess the vehicle.

But, once the credit union repossesses a vehicle, there are consumer protection laws that must be followed. These laws offer protections to borrowers - from an improperly handled repossession, such as tactics used by an overly aggressive repossession agent, to inadequate correspondence sent to the borrower about the repossessed vehicle.  When these laws are broken, the borrower may have fallen victim to an unlawful vehicle repossession and be able to pursue a lawsuit against Valley National Bank, or their subsidiary, VNB Loan Services.

Contact Flitter Milz for a FREE legal review

Fitter Milz is a nationally recognized consumer protection law firm that has represented borrowers who have fallen victim to unlawful vehicle repossessions.  We will discuss the issues leading up to the repossession, events during the repossession, and steps taken by the Valley Bank afterwards.  There  is NO COST to you for the legal evaluation.  Flitter Milz is here to protect you from an illegal vehicle repossession.

CLICK HERE to Learn More about Vehicle Repossessions from Attorney Cary L. Flitter

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Valley National Bank, headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey, operates 213 branches throughout northern and central New Jersey, as well as locations in the New York City boroughs and Long Island, along with Florida and Alabama. They offer traditional banking services to consumers for financing cars, trucks, boats and motorcycles loans. 

Valley National Bank branches in New Jersey and New York 

Bergen County
Paramus, Bogota, Elmwood Park, Englewood, Fair Lawn, Hackensack, Hasbrouck Heights, Hillsdale, Ft. Lee, Lodi, Lyndhurst, Montvale, Moonachie, North Arlington, Northvale, Oakland, Oradell, Ramsey, Ridgefield, Ridgewood, River Vale, Rochelle Park, Tenafly, Waldwick, Wood Ridge, Wyckoff.
Essex County: Belleville, Newark, Bloomfield, Caldwell, Cedar Grove, Fairfield, Livingston, Maplewood, Nutley, South Orange, Upper Montclair, West Caldwell, West Orange.
Hudson County: Bayonne, Kearny, East Newark, Harrison, Jersey City, North Bergen, Secaucus, Union City, West New York.
Middlesex County: Edison, Milltown, North Brunswick, Piscataway, South Plainfield.
Monmouth County:  Woodbridge, Atlantic Highlands, Freehold, Highlands, Holmdel, Keansburg, Keyport, Little Silver, Manalapan, Middletown, Oakhurst, Red Bank, Sea Bright, Shrewsbury.
Morris County:  Butler, Chatham, Chester, Denville, Dover, Florham Park, Jefferson Township, Landing, Lincoln Park, Mine Hill, Morris Plains, Morristown, Budd Lake, Parsippany, Succasunna, Whippany
Passaic County: Clifton, Little Falls, Passaic, North Haledon, Wayne, Paterson, Pompton Lakes, Totowa.

Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
Suffolk County:  Farmingdale, Garden City, Huntington Station,  Jericho, Mineaola, Oyster Bay, Westbury