- Report: #808196
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Complaint Review: Title Max
Title Max3171 woods lane Marietta, Georgia United States of America
Title Max Lean Removal Marietta, Georgia
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Removing a Lien
When you pay off your car loan, you can remove
your lienholders name from the title. To do so:
Have your lienholder complete the section of the title
that shows the lien is released, or obtain a statement from your
lienholder on company letterhead that includes:
Your name and address, and the names and
addresses of all secured parties.
The vehicles make, model, and year, as well
as the vehicle identification number.
A statement that youve satisfied the lien.
Bring the title, the
lienholders letter if applicable, and the fee of $18 to yourCounty
Tax Commissioners tag office to apply for a new title.
NOTE: The lien will
remain on record until you apply for a new title. For more information about
removing liens, visit the states Lien or Security Interest Release.
So don't let Titlemax come back after 30 days and Repo your car when you paid it off! Any company who treats people like trash and is the loan shark crime. I would bet they would hit you with a fee after loan is paid because you did not do the transfer or they want more money to handle it. We shall see today.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/12/2011 11:58 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Title-Max/Marietta-Georgia-30060/Title-Max-Lean-Removal-Marietta-Georgia-808196. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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