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I received a "NOTICE OF DISPOSITION AND OUR PLAN TO SELL PROPERTY" dated 4/16/2018 sent via certified mail.


I responded via certified mail within the 10 day timeline stated in the letter requesting a public sale of the property.


I did not receive a reply back either via telephone or in writing stating the date the sale was to take place.


I received a letter stating that the property was sold on 5/8/2018 via certified mail for $18,000.


I received a letter dated 5/15/2018 sent via certified mail stating that the property would be sold on 5/28/2018. This letter was sent AFTER I received the previous letter stating the car was already sold. This final letter received contains several errors:


1. The date of the public auction is wrong. The auction house (Manheim) confirmed they are closed on the day listed ( 5/28/2018) as that is a holiday.

2. The amount listed under (Total Amount required to redeem) is $12,071.54 is wrong. Upon calling attempting to pay the stated amount I was told that the correct amount is approximately $30,000. I have recorded this phone call.


Upon calling several times and asking for the correct auction date, the responses have been "I do not know". I asked if I would receive a letter stating the correct date and the answer was "probably not"


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