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Hyundai Motor Finance, what to do now?
We are at our wits end and not sure where to go from here. We have had an auto loan with Hyundai for almost 2 years now, and recently realized they reported us late 7 months in a row. Obviously, called Hyundai first to get things cleared up. Finally, they don't do credit disputes over the phone. Must be in writing, can't talk to anyone at the company, at all, ever about credit issues.

Get all the paperwork together, bank statements, their statements which are missing payments from the amortization schedule... everything. File the same paperwork with credit bureaus for dispute as I do with Hyundai.

30 days role around, credit bureaus denied my request to have them changed. AND yes, filed with bureaus once before preceding to speak with Hyundai directly. So as of 2/12..we should have received a response from Hyundai about our 623 dispute letter. Nothing, no letter, no email, no phone call. And no action.

We have called dozens of times, and still refused to the opportunity to speak with a rep. about our dispute. Filed complaints with BBB, not sure what to do now.

Hyundai has wrecked our credit, can't get rid of the vehicle, and can't refinance. I keep reading this kind of matter has to go through attorney general?

Help please :(

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