St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) January 04, 2012
Just in time for New Year’s resolutions about maintaining financial control, Repo-Help (http://repo-help.com) announces the latest edition of The Repossession Report. This comprehensive document explains precisely what recovery agents and lending institutions can and cannot do once an account goes into collection. In straightforward terms, the book explains:
--What consumers can do to end harassment while at work
--How to secure a vehicle to prevent repossession
--What to do if a vehicle has been repossessed through illegal entry
--And much more.
The Repossession Report goes far beyond explanations of the Uniform Commercial Code and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Said a company spokesman, “Let’s face it – for many people out there, the financial climate is downright dismal. That’s why home foreclosures and job losses are at an all-time high, and the asset recovery business is booming. But just because there’s a Repo Man in your driveway, it doesn’t mean you don’t have rights. Too many predatory lending companies out there rely on consumers being uninformed. The Repossession Report aims to level the playing field.”
The Repo-Help website (http://repo-help.com) offers a lifeline for consumers living in fear of repossession. The company connects consumers to financial options available pre- and post-repossession, as well as 722 redemption options for consumers considering filing for bankruptcy or other debt restructuring plans. For the quickest and most discreet delivery, The Repossession Report is available for purchase and download right at the site.
About the Company
Repo-Help (http://repo-help.com) was founded by a former repossession agent to assist consumers through one of the most shattering events that a family can face during its financial lifetime: automobile repossession.
Working with a national network of attorneys and financial service institutions, Repo-Help educates consumers in asserting their rights and maintaining their dignity while forcing asset recovery companies to toe the line and keep their procedures legal and respectful.