My car has been repossessed.

The car that I loaned for in the bank has been 13 years and only two years are needed to be fully paid. The bank that I loaned for told me that I did not pay the bills that have to be needed for the last 5 months but I always pay my bills before the due dates that are given to me. Now the bank said that the car will be repossessed by the bank that. What should I do to stop them?

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    Not only in Singapore but all over the world, people tend to get loans from banks or from other agencies to be able to purchase a car. There are incidents when you are paying for the bills in your car, you lost your receipt and the loaner tells you that you did not pay the bill. It is a must to keep your receipt as evidence to your situation.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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