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TACOMA, Wash. – “I don’t know what’s going on. I thought they couldn’t take my car, but it’s gone!”
Yes, Adlantus Newton’s car is gone. Long gone. It was repossessed. Now she and her kids are parked on the porch, with no ride in sight.
“This was my only car,” Newton said. “We’re missing out on a lot of stuff, I can’t take them to choir practice.”
This sad song gets worse. Adlantus thought she had made every payment on the car.
“I paid $299 monthly,by money order every month.”
Even though she has a clear title to the 1999 Chrysler LHS, Wells Fargo bank still took the car and dropped it off in a Kent auction yard.
“I called the police, showed them my title, and they still let them take my car,” Newton said.
That’s right, the bank was moving towards selling the ride without having the title.
“And they are telling me to make a payment, no!”