They are selling repossessed items on a lower price

I saw in an online shop that they are selling repossessed items. They are well maintained and even slightly used. They are sure legit people and can be trusted. I asked them for legal documents that will support their stuffs and they showed me the papers. Now I am planning to buy some items from them, can I use my debit card as method of payment?

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    Buying repossessed items is not an illegal thing to do. Most of the repossessed items have enough documents that support the item. Selling repossesssed items is mostly done by the banks. But other people can also do that if someone loaned from them and have documents. Yes you can buy those items from the seller, you can also use your debit card to pay for the items.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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