After a vehicle has been repossessed, the lender is required to send a letter to the consumer. This letter may be called a Notice of Intent to Sell Property. It explains how you can retrieve the vehicle, how much you must pay, the location of the vehicle, and the time and location of a private sale or auction.
Flitter Milz will review this letter, along with your loan agreement and any other correspondence sent after a vehicle has been repossessed. Whether you fell behind on payments or not, the lender must follow the law. Contact us for a free legal review.