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Old 01-21-2016, 07:08 PM   #1
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was just wondering ,if they want to repo your rig ,and your a fulltimer how the heck do they find you ???
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Old 01-21-2016, 07:29 PM   #2
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Old 01-21-2016, 07:33 PM   #3
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Old 01-21-2016, 08:00 PM   #4
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Probably just like anything else, hire somebody to find the coach. With today's technology I'd say it's pretty easy to locate people driving and RV, not like there are that many places to hide.

Also, no doubt that sometimes people just give up and drop it off and walk away.
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The private sector has amazing data bases. Skip tracers and law enforcement use these subscription data bases all the time. How many campgrounds do you think sell their information to these data bases? How about Good Sam, Passport America or Amazon? I don't imagine it would be too long before they found you.
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One of the reasons some are finding it hard to get a loan.
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was just wondering ,if they want to repo your rig ,and your a fulltimer how the heck do they find you ???
That's why they usually charge full timers a higher interest rate! Best to buy before you go full time.
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Back in 1969 I had a friend that had his car repo'd. He was stationed at and lived on Westover AFB, MA.

The repo men found his car at another friends apartment in Northampton, MA where he had spent the night. I never did figure out how they found out where he was.


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was just wondering ,if they want to repo your rig ,and your a fulltimer how the heck do they find you ???

You perhaps thinking of reneging on your loan?!?

That would really suck if you had a fiver and woke up to find that you are cruising down the freeway behind someone Else's truck!
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The private sector has amazing data bases. Skip tracers and law enforcement use these subscription data bases all the time. How many campgrounds do you think sell their information to these data bases? How about Good Sam, Passport America or Amazon? I don't imagine it would be too long before they found you.
Perxactly. I work for experian. We provide information to these sources. We also buy all kinds of data. Want to get out of it? It's hard but I just ran a check of my fico score (free for employees) and it cane back with insufficient data to calculate a score. Even my mortgage does not show up on my credit report. Can't get more off the list than that.
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dont have anything yet was just wondering ,besides i was raised better then that ,thanks for the replys
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