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Sep 26, 2012
Sep 26, 2012
Auto Money INC1204 Highway 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC29582 USA
Before the contract can be declared in default for not making your payment on time, you must be at least ten days late and the lender must send you a "Notice of Right to Cure" the default. Auto Money appears to not be properly serving these Notices.... (More) Before the contract can be declared in default for not making your payment on time, you must be at least ten days late and the lender must send you a "Notice of Right to Cure" the default. Auto Money appears to not be properly serving these Notices. South Carolina Law is clear. In a transaction between a creditor and a consumer, the creditor cannot repossess the collateral until he sends a notice of Right to Cure pursuant to §§ 37-5-110 and 37-5-111. This also pertains to Rent-to Own transactions. Sending a notice has to be done either by courier service with an affidavit of service made, or certified mail - with return receipt. Both require strict proof of delivery. Delivery is defined as, " the actual handing to another of an object, money or document (such as a deed) to complete a transaction." Auto Money of South Carolina is not following the mandates of South Carolina Law and appears to be illegally repossessing motor vehicles and disposing of them at auction before a client of theirs is properly notified. This can result in the lost of Auto Money's license to do business in South Carolina, not to mention huge jury awards (Hide)
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