Sacramento, CA asked in Consumer Law, Contracts, Antitrust and White Collar Crime for California

Q: I had Finance the car through Santander Consumer USA on 8/28/15 but they reported it for8/16/15 is that legal

They also were supposed to send me a copy of my contract which I had never received they had sent me a $1,400 bill a week after I finance the car and then they repossessed my car 4 days after a late payment and sold it without my knowledge I also never received any of my personal belongings from the vehicle I had my laptop for school and several other personal items and was told I could not guess I'm back unless I paid a month and a half of the payment in advance they also refused to give me any documentation of the sale of the car and they still will not give me a copy of my contract I had with them I put in dispute through the credit bureaus and they have not shown any proof of what they're claiming but still refuse to take it off my credit report is this legal what can I do about this. I financed the vehicle in New York but I now reside in California

1 Lawyer Answer
William John Light
William John Light
Answered
  • Riverside, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: You need to consult NY attorneys.

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