Credit Card Companies really can take away your car


Recently, in a Massachusetts District Court, a credit card company was facing a judge, and asking to take possession of a consumer car because they had defaulted on paying a minor credit card bill, to the tune of $400. A lot of you may not realize it, but the simple fact of ignoring a credit card bill can have serious consequences, much more so then simply bad credit.

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