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Complaint Review: Santander Consumer Purchasers Of Sovereign Bank Car Loan
Santander Consumer Purchasers Of Sovereign Bank Car LoanDallas, Texas United States of America
Santander Consumer Purchasers Of Sovereign Bank Car Loan Sold car @ auction before the 15 days. Dallas, Texas
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Well he has been a few months behind on his car loan with Santander. They repo'd the car on Oct. 30th. He recieved the letter on Nov. 3rd. We called and was told that he owed $570 to get the car. He told them that he would have it on the 6th. When he called on the 6th to make the payment, they took the payment over the phone, then told him the number to call to get his car back.
Here the repo company sent the car to auction on the 4th. We called the auction house and no one would return our calls. The repo guy didn't even know if it was sold or not. The bank STILL insists that the car is at the repo guys lot.
We ended up calling our bank and canceling the transaction to Santander.
We have no clue where the car is, or if its been sold. We're going tomorrow to get the stuff from the car and buy a used car.
Can they take the car to auction BEFORE the date listed on the letter from the bank?
And should they have released the car when the payment was made?
And should the bank have not known WHERE the car was when we called?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/08/2009 04:26 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Santander-Consumer-Purchasers-Of-Sovereign-Bank-Car-Loan/Dallas-Texas-/Santander-Consumer-Purchasers-Of-Sovereign-Bank-Car-Loan-Sold-car-auction-before-the-15-521264. 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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