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Girlfriend took off with the car I got a loan for

You didn't answer the MOST IMPORTANT detail: Who is ON TITLE to the car - that is, who is the official owner? From your post it sounds like she is - in which case the car is not stolen. It's her car, ...
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Girlfriend took off with the car I got a loan for

The situation here is that you took out a loan to buy a car, and then your girlfriend stole the car. The only financial advice to give here is that unless the loan terms say otherwise, you still owe ...
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Girlfriend took off with the car I got a loan for

The loan tag & insurance are all in my name. Good, this means that your property was actually stolen. If your name wasn't on the title then you're just paying for an asset that you don't own. Do ...
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Girlfriend took off with the car I got a loan for

This has happened to me and the police weren't interested. What they told me is that if you give someone the keys, the car isn't stolen. On the other hand, I've heard about Hertz getting customers ...
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Girlfriend took off with the car I got a loan for

I was in a similar situation 20 years ago and want to highlight one aspect you didn't mention, that kept me awake at night. This is your car, your insurance and your registration that she is driving ...
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Girlfriend took off with the car I got a loan for

It is obviously best for everyone (you, the lender, and the insurance company) that she returns the car. Unless she is escaping your abuse, taking off is unacceptable. Unless you wish to give the car ...
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Girlfriend took off with the car I got a loan for

Call the police and see what they can do to help get the car back (which might include reporting it stolen). Don't stop making payments or it will wreck your credit (not hers). When you get the car ...
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