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  • Statutes of Limitations
    Statutes of Limitations

    Q. I forgot about a debt from 10 years ago. Now they are threatening to sue me. Can they get a judgment after 10 years? A. The principal statutes of limitation in Illinois are 4 years for the sale or ...

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  • New Methods of Tracking and Repossessing Cars
    New Methods of Tracking and Repossessing Cars

    If you have a car with a starter interrupt/ ignition shutoff and the seller/ finance company activated it at any time within the last two years, or if you were unable to use the car as a result, ...

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  • HBLC
    HBLC

    Please contact us if HBLC is attempting to collect money from you in Illinois. Among other things, HBLC purchased a large number of debts consisting of deficiencies on motor vehicle retail installment ...

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  • Autovest
    Autovest

    Please contact us if Autovest, a debt buyer that specializes in defaulted auto paper, is trying to collect money from you, or has so attempted within the last year. We can help you both defend claims ...

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  • Surrender vs. Sale When You Cannot Afford to Pay for Vehicle
    Surrender vs. Sale When You Cannot Afford to Pay for Vehicle

    Question: We are letting our atv go to repo, we are wondering if they can come back on us for what is owed? The atv was purchased with a credit card through the company that makes it. We have never ...

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  • Starter interrupt devices
    Starter interrupt devices

    Please contact us if you have been unable to start a car because of a starter interrupt device installed by a car dealer to insure payment.

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