Nearly six million American will have their vehicle repossessed in 2017. Last year over twenty-six percent of all auto loans nationwide were subprime or "deep subprime." These loans carry very high interest rates that reach upwards to 25%. Unfortunately, many of these loans will end in repossession.
"Subprime auto loans are often treachery," said Dani Liblang, principle of The Liblang Law Firm, P.C.in Birmingham. Liblang filed court charges against a used car dealer who bilked a customer with a "dirty Durango deal" and continues to fight against resolution for almost two years.
As IRS filing deadline looms, taxpayers need to check and recheck their personal information, emails and social security numbers to make sure their refund doesn't fall into the wrong hands, according to consumer advocacy attorney Dani K. Liblang, of the Liblang Law Firm, PC in Birmingham.