Repo Man Struck on the Head with Shotgun

Antioch, CA – 6 February, 2017 – On January 29 at 3:48 pm, a repossession truck driver attempted to recover a 2011, Infiniti, G37, parked in front of a home in the 400 block of W. Tregallas Rd. Once the vehicle was up on the tow truck, a 25 year old man exited the residence armed with a shotgun.

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Repo Chase Leads to Carjacking and Crashed Mercedes

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Vista, CA – 2 December 2016 – Two alleged carjackers were arrested following a wild chase involving a repo truck in Vista Wednesday morning.

Authorities say a couple following a repo truck with a vehicle in tow pulled a shotgun out and fired at least one shot around 4:30 a.m. on Gopher Canyon Road.

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Police Standoff Ensues after Armed Man Punches Repo Woman in the Face

Nshvll_standoff2Nashville, TN – January 12, 2016 – A standoff that lasted several hours at a home in Madison has come to an end and a suspect is in custody after a standoff in Nashville on Monday night around 10:30 p.m. The incident began after a Repo Man and a Woman attempted to repossess a truck from Thomas Krasnow.

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Getting it Right…. in the Field

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Guest Editorial

It’s no secret to professionals in the collateral recovery industry and statistics clearly show that over 95% of Wrongful Repossession lawsuits result from confrontational situations between the recovery agent and the debtor. These lawsuits include recovery agent’s faulty operation of their tow trucks, such as running over the debtor or vehicle crashes. The truth is that, with all the wonderful and sophisticated technology we have today it still requires human hands (the recovery agent) to “finish the job.”

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