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A vehicle can have title from a traditional lender such as Wells Fargo, Bank of America or Chase. Vehicle financing from manufacturer can also cloud a title such as GMAC, Ford Credit, Toyota Financial or BMW Financial Services. We can work with these institutions to obtain a lien release.
We have also worked with credit unions on car title processing, lien mitigation, and lien releases.
If you have a vehicle where the lender has gone out of business and can not provide a lien release our lien mitigation department can handle this.
Secondary lenders such as Americredit, Credit Acceptance, or Westlake Dealer Finance may have a lien on the car title. Dealer finance or title pawn loans may be in place and need to be cleared prior to title being issued.
Floor plan title lien – A floor plan lender may need to get a title based on a dealership being out of trust on their inventory pay down, or having become insolvent.
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