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Afternoon all, I purchased a £300 car to use for a parts car whilst restoring another car. As it happens I didn't really need anything so sold it on 3 days ago for a little under what I paid. This morning I received one of those letters from Loans2go starting it's there property and they want it back. I was a little taken back as I HPI checked the car but realised after checking report this morning that it was the cheapo option which didn't include finance. Naturally I only use the more expensive hpi for expensive cars..... I called them up and explained I wasn't aware etc, lady was very nice and kept saying I have 10 days or I could make a offer to settle. I took great delight in winding her up as I won't be paying a penny I said well it's all very well saying I have ten days however you won't be getting anything and I have also sold the car. The irony that it's now being used as a stock car as it's worthless. So anyone know what happens next? V5 was filled in on the night of sale online, I have a receipt with all buyers info and sellers info. Loan was taken out against car in 2016........ I want to know if all my items & cars are safe from sticky hands. Cheers for the help
Cutting a long story very short, bought a car in May 2016 for a few hundred pounds, have received a letter from Loans 2go saying vehicle was subject to security by the owner previous to the one we bought from and to contact L2Go. Called them this morning and asked to see copy of BOS and authorisation over the vehicle, they said they would release their clam for over three times what we bought the vehicle for. :-x the amount requested is laughably high, the vehicle would be worth maybe £200 at auction, the person on the other end of the line said we have 10 days to respond Obviously courts are closed for the weekend. Advice please Have reported the matter to the police as a pontential fraud