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  1. yes that is what I meant, I didnt fill out a release of liability, it was a my first time selling a car and I was unaware that was so important i figured they would take the title I signed over and put it in their name
  2. I cannot prove it no. My sister had this same thing happen to her and she said it just went on her credit and was off in 6 or 7 years. I am a student and don't really have this to pay so I am not sure what to do. I dont mind if they send it to my credit and it gets a bit worse to be honest.
  3. Hello, I am new to this forum and need some help with a sudden issue. I got a call today about an old car that I sold 2 years ago and didn't release the liability on. apparently the new owner didn't register it in their name and it got abandoned and towed. Today I receive a call from a nationwide debt management solution saying I owe about 1800 on the car but then after talking they say they will bump it down to 1300 if I pay 200 today and the rest by next week. What are my obligations here and what happens if I dont pay? I dont want the car anymore so I dont car about that. Is anyone familiar with this and can give me some info? Thank you very much for any help