Posted by Ed Garcia on April 19, 2000 at 11:38:12:
I never recommended for Steph to repo the car.
My posting is titled, It’s time for the REPO man.
In all honestly what’s going to happen to Steph is, when she contacts a Repossession Company
or Repo man, or even goes to a Used Car lot, or Auto Dealership. They’re going to advise her
accordingly. I think common sense dictates that.
That’s why I sent here there.
I met Steph in Atlanta. She’s gutsy. Knowing Steph might consider doing it on her own, I tried
to send the message of the only way it could be considered.
When Steph goes to the sources that I sent her to, They will tell her, her rights, and what action
has to take place, including notifying law enforcement.
I felt running a credit report to find a new address, and then driving by that address to verify that
the car is there, would save Steph some time and money.
Ben, Communication is the responsibility of the Communicator.
Obviously I did a poor job or you wouldn’t have corrected me. Based on that, I’m with you.
I just didn’t want you to think that I would give advice that would be considered irresponsible.