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Are You Behind On Car Payments? – Rondi Lambeth

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What should you do if you are behind on your car payments? There are 6.3 million Americans that are at least 90 days past due on their car payments. This means that at any given moment today the bank could repossess 6.3 million cars. This number just keeps getting worse and worse. This is the most amount of 90 days delinquencies since the Great Recession in 2009.

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