Chase Auto Finance - Chase Auto Dishonest About Holding Their Contractors Responsible
Illegal Auto Repossession
GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK -- I have been working with Chase Auto Finance since August 2011, and paying faithfully on the first of every month. When I went into the hospital I fell behind and next thing I knew On March 26th 2012 at 1:45 A.M. they illegally had their agent "drive a vehicle onto real property belonging to, and lawfully occupied by another and known to not be open to the general public, without the consent of the owner, the owner's agent, or the person in lawful possession [me]," a direct violation of California Penal Code 602 (n). In other words they committed a crime to repossess the car from me. (I have a video of this action)
I was able to file a police report and have a video of these man even driving down the street the wrong way to sneak into the gate. They violated several California laws.
I received a letter from Kevin [snip], Executive Specialist. He stated "Chase requires their contractors to follow all laws..."
However, that is not the case as they have allowed this repo company to charge an $440. illegal repo fee to me, and have not supported me in having it returned to me.
Most people believe repossession people can "break the law" to get a car - not in California. Chase is supporting their law breaking.