Originally Posted by M3RD
Just don't do it ...
Just dont do what? It is completely normal to have a title with a lien holder and a letter of lien satisification..its the way things are done..completely normal,
now if OP didnt have the letter of satisifcation, that would be an issue
Originally Posted by LarThaL
So, basically, you are buying a car from someone who needed to finance it, then wants to sell it before the term of finance is up. To me, you are dealing with someone who isn't the best planner or the most financially responsible. I would contact the lien holder directly, pay off that amount directly, then pay the difference to the seller.
Ridiculous post, the M3 I purchased was financed, the pervious owner traded the car back in because he decided to buy a Porsche instead, doesnt mean he's financially irresponsible, he just made a different choice..
Let me guess..are you also the type that believes people should get married and stay married?