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My Car Was Wrongly Repossessed by Capital One Auto Finance. – Richard

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“Dear Steve, My car was wrongfully repossessed by Capital One Auto Finance. They acknowledged that it was their error. However they are now refusing to provide documentation for me to send to the credit bureaus. Every time I contact them they state they will have it removed but now as a result I have a repo and a closed account ... Read More »

I Got a Loan With Capital One Auto Finance and I’m Stuck in It. – Sarah

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Before kids i was young and irresponsible. I aquired a lot of debt and pd most of it off. but in 2006 I got a loan with capital one auto finance to buy a car and did not pay any attention i had no idea to what i was doing. Until yesterday I just left it at a bad decision. ... Read More »

Capital One Auto Loans Sued Me in Michigan. – Stefanie

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I got a loan for a car from Capital One Auto loans, back in November of 2006, in may of 2008 the company I worked for notified us that the shop would be closing within the next year. I called Capital One and told them and they said they couldnt help me, so I told them that I could not ... Read More »

I Need to Put My Debt Behind Me. I Have No More Money to Make Payments. – Chris

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“Dear Steve, I turned my car in about a year ago. I have perodically made small payments to a collection agency. This loan was through Capital One Auto Finance. The reason for turning the car in was it was costing me more to keep it running than I could afford. This was a nice car with very few miles and ... Read More »

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