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Not even close. No lending institution would ever allow their debtors to be filmed on TV. With that said, those shows are 110% fake. We are a professional organization that has been in business for over 35 years and we would like to keep it that way. Professional.
You would need to first contact your lender and meet their requirements first before you can receive you car back. We will not release a vehicle to anyone without having received a release request to the buyer or approved person appearing on the paperwork. Your relatives and/or friends are not allowed to pick up the vehicle unless they are specifically mentioned on your lenders release.
Please contact us and we will arrange a time for you to retrieve your personal effects. As with a vehicle redemption, we can only release the items to the people mentioned on the original repossession order. If you are requesting someone else to retrieve your personal items, you would have to clear this with your lender and then we would need documentation from them verifying your third party is able to retrieve your items.
The State of South Carolina mandates that a debtor has ## days to redeem their vehicle.
The State of South Carolina mandates that a debtor has ## days to redeem their personal items.
Please contact your lender and advise that them that you wish to do a Voluntary Surrender.
Please call us at (803) 786-1580. Please note, due to strict privacy rules, that we will not be able to confirm any identifying information for which you provide us.
Absolutely! We are covered by the $5,000,000 (five million dollar) bond of the ARA, $1,000,000 (one million dollar) bond of the Time Finance Adjusters and maintain a $3,000,000 (three million dollar) liability insurance policy, therefore you can rest assured that you are in good hands.
Yes, all of our lots are fenced in, have lighting and security cameras.
Absolutely! Please call us at (803) 786-1580 and we can provide you that information.