Alright, we purchased a tractor via loan. The coupon and first letter of the administrative process was mailed registered mail to the chief executive officer along with a recission of signature for language fraud on their contract (allowed by the supreme court for "mistake").
Today I received a rather nasty phone call from a third-party repossession company who did not listen to reason, nor did I talk details with a third party who I don't have a contract with. They said they are coming with the sheriff to take the property back.
My second notice letter is still in the mail to them, though not received. I have not received any communications otherwise.
I could explain the situation to the sheriff in advance and let him know they have no valid contract and my administrative process must complete before I can schedule a court hearing. I was thinking of small claims hearing to collect the fine from fraudulent language and judicial opinion on the payment in full. After all what is a payment?
I would appreciate any suggestions anyone might have on how to handle this.
OH MY, that third party interloper is in a heap of trouble if he shows up and does what he says he's gonna do. They will totally violate your rights and I see major trouble on there end. FDCPA will head them off real quick. If you know the sheriff, tell him or warn him of what is happening. They're not taking anything if you know how to exercise your rights and I'm sure you do. Given em hell Dan and let us know how this works out so we all can learn from your experience, GOOD LUCK!!
you have the citation of that supreme court citation pertaining to the language? Would love to use it in my case. THANKS