- Report: #1057450
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Complaint Review: VW Credit
VW Credit VW Credit Steals 2012 CC w/ breach of contract & doesn't reply! Chicago Illinois
*Consumer Comment: You defaulted so now you walk
*Consumer Comment: What A Bunch of @$#%!
*Author of original report: Sorry, out of scope 1 & inconsistent content & tone.
*Consumer Comment: Maybe
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In May 2013, 24 months into the 39 month lease of '12 VW CC R Line which had a payement arrangement on file and was met from my side, was repo'd in material breach of contract.
After sending more than 5 emails, letters, faxes & making countless calls I was able to get the forged lease agreement with modifications not on my final copy but not the location of the car or why they broke their side of the agreement.
The account had been seriously delinquent 2x in the past with the days overdue greater than 90, after learning I Hwas diagnosed with a chronic and ultimately terminal health condition, despite being current with the arrangement they decided to steal the car. Maybe it's my illness that scared them? Maybe it is the fact they had a contract with forgery? Maybe they intended to cause me measurable economic injury and other harm ie, the repo vehicle had a medication cositing thousands of dollars inside, to this day I don't have any communication on how or where to get my belongings!
VW Credit is in the business of illegal reposessions and ruining credit, maybe a life.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/08/2013 05:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/VW-Credit/Chicago-Illinois/VW-Credit-VW-Credit-Steals-2012-CC-w-breach-of-contract-doesnt-reply-Chicago-Illino-1057450. 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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