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  1. Good afternoon, I am working with a friend (I am asking him to post his own information here this week), and had a question about arbitration on vehicle purchase and financing agreements. I am making this post with his permission. My friend bought a car in 2016 and financed through Santander Consumer USA. Later that year, he had the car repossessed. Car was sold, and my friend owned the balance. The debt was then purchased by a company in Missouri. The filed suit last month and my friend answered within the time allowed. Here is my question - I know the government has a database of credit card agreements - is their a similar DB of car financing agreements? I believe that Santander has an arbitration agreement; however, the exhibit in the lawsuit he showed me only contained the only the first page of the purchase/finance agreement. Any assistance would be appreciated. I know this isn't a JDB credit card case, but it is a JDB case, and my friend needs help. Thank you!
  2. Hello, I was late on my car loan payments and when I finally was able to pay it I was told that it was in the collections dept at Ford. I contacted them and I am still currently making monthly payments directly to the collections dept. However, can the still take my car even though I am paying every month being that it is technically in collections? Also, What if I stop paying will they repo the car or does it just stay on my credit as a collection? I currently live in another state from where I purchased the car. Just trying to know all the options, legalities, and recourse... Thanks